Center Mixed Use, Specific Plan 200 Mixed Use Commercial
The Project proposes revitalization and redevelopment of a portion of the existing Moreno Valley Mall (excluding the existing JC Penny and Macy’s parcels). Requested approvals include a Specific Plan Amendment to existing Town Center Specific Plan (Planning Area 2), as well as a Tentative Parcel Map. Key features of the concept plan include remodeling the overall mall site and mall interior, adding four multi-family residential communities totaling 1,627DU, two new hotel operations (approximately 270 keys), a new three-story office building of approximately 60,000SF, re-purposing the existing food court into a pavilion style food market, re-purposing the existing Sears building to allow for multi-tenant retail and related uses, redesigning the existing Theater area to include outdoor patio dining, adding a central plaza and park integrated into the southeastern multi-family communities, relocating the existing transit stops, and providing related infrastructure improvements including off-site traffic improvements.
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