The applicant is requesting to develop a 12-acre parcel for a 348-unit multi-family residential project at 1525 W. Monte Vista Avenue (Stanislaus County APN: 071-004-009). The project will construct a total of 12 three-story buildings approximately 40’ in height. Each unit will include a patio (1st floor apartments) or balcony area (2nd and 3rd story apartments). The apartment buildings are setback approximately 75’ from the north and east property lines with a minimum 5’ wide landscape area, parking stalls and drive aisles providing additional buffering from the residential subdivision to the north and the apartment complex to the east. Main access to the complex is provided from Monte Vista Avenue with two additional driveway entrances on North Walnut Road. Onsite improvements include parking, carports, landscaping, clubhouse and pool, and a 900 square foot children’s outdoor play area. Off-site frontage improvements, including, curb, gutter and sidewalk will be installed along the West Monte Vista Avenue and North Walnut Road frontages.
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Residential (Units 348, Acres 12)
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