Mead Valley Area Plan, General Plan Land Use: Light Industrial (LI). Zoning: Industrial Park (IP) and Manufacturing Medium (M-M)
The Muranaka Warehouse project would develop the 15.2-acre project site with one 239,308 square-foot warehouse building, that would be 46 feet in height and include up to 5,000 square feet of office space and an 8,924 square foot mezzanine. The building would have 31 loading docks and one drive through door that would be oriented toward the south of the site. The site would also be developed with surface automobile and truck and trailer parking lots and an approximately 111-foot-wide storm water bio-retention basin located in the east side of the site. The project would also include landscaping, driveways, vehicle circulation area, walls/fencing, interior gates, a guardhouse, adjacent roadways, and relevant infrastructure (water, sewer, electricity, cable) to serve the site. The project is consistent with the site zoning classifications of Industrial Park (I-P) and Manufacturing Medium (M-M).
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 239308, Acres 15.2, Employees 233)
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