The Hesperia General Plan designates the Project site as Specific Plan (Main Street and Freeway Corridor Specific Plan). Within the Specific Plan, the site is zoned for
Commercial/Industrial Business Park (CIBP) uses.
The Project proposes development of a single 750,000-square-foot industrial building.
Of this total, 15,000 square feet would be dedicated to office uses associated with the
industrial uses. The Project also includes two water retention basins to be located at
the site’s northeasterly (0.6 acre) and southwesterly (2.0 acres) corners. The basins will reduce post-development stormwater flows to levels similar to existing conditions.
The approximately 43.28-acre Project site is located at the northwest corner of Highway 395 and Poplar Street, in the City of Hesperia.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 750000, Acres 43.28, Employees 1)
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