The Wild Horse Multifamily Project (Project) would involve the development of multifamily residences on an approximately 12 acre site at the terminus of Wild Horse Road and State Route 4 in Antioch, California. The applicant is proposing to develop 126 multifamily residences with 25 buildings each with 2 to 8 units. The units would range in size from approximately 1,120 to 1,900 square feet, with 2 to 4 bedrooms and 2 to 3.5 baths. All units would have 2 car attached garages. The proposed project would also include parking, landscaping managed by a homeowner's association, and 1.6 acres of open space. The applicant is proposing to create design guidelines for future development, but the applicant is not proposing to develop the property at this time. The project site is inclusive of 1.6 acres as an offer of dedication for the construction of Wild Horse Road along the property's southern boundary, of which construction began by another developer on September 1, 2020.
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Residential (Multifamily)(Units 126, Acres 11.72)
General Plan Amendment, Rezone
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