The site has a General Plan land use designation of Medium Density Residential.
Multifamily residential development involving 130 apartments on an 8.71-acre site. The apartments will be sited within 26 two-to-three story buildings and include 90 two-bedroom units and 40 three-bedroom units. Additionally, the project will include a single-story leasing office, recreational amenities, parking, landscaping, and associated site improvements. Approximately 2.82-acres of the project site (APN: 0037-060-480) will require City Council approval of an Annexation into Fairfield City limits and a Zone Change from Residential, Low Medium Density (RLM) District to Residential, Medium Density (RM) District.
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Residential (Units 130, Acres 8.71)
Site Plan, Rezone, Annexation
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