The University Vista project area is located within the City of Merced’s Sphere of Influence (SOI)/Specific Urban Development Plan (SUDP) and the City is proposing to annex the entire 291-acre project site into the City limits. With its proximity to UC Merced, the proposed project is envisioned as a mixed use community integrating market rate housing, affordable housing, student housing, retail, entertainment, hospitality, restaurant, office and research. The proposed project is also envisioned as a sustainable place to live as its compact form supports a walkable, bikeable and energy-efficient environment and encourages public transportation. Finally, the proposed project would provide an extensive system of preserves, open space, and parks.
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