The approximately 17.7-acre Project Site is located within the “Donut Hole” area of unincorporated San Bernardino County. The “Donut Hole” area is surrounded on all sides by the City of Redlands. The Project Site abuts Nevada Street on the west and is located approximately 650 feet north of Palmetto Avenue. The Project includes the construction and operation of a 380,579 square foot (s.f.) distribution center building and associated facilities including but not limited to a loading/unloading area with loading dock doors and trailer parking spaces, passenger vehicle parking, landscaping, and connections to existing utility infrastructure. The proposed building would be approximately 50 feet tall and would be constructed of concrete tilt-up panels, with decorative building elements provided at office areas (e.g., colored glass, metal canopies, wood siding). The Project is being developed on a speculative basis and is expected to operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
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Industrial (Employee number TBD)(Sq. Ft. 380579, Acres 17.7, Employees 1)
Use Permit, Lot Merger
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