General Plan land use designation of Main Streetand Freeway Corridor Specific Plan (MSFC-SP). Zoning Designation of Commercial/Industrial Business Park (CIBP) and Neighborhood Commercial (NC).
The proposed project would include development of a one-story 655,468 square foot (SF) warehouse building on a 29.61-acre site. The proposed building would have a a building area of 639,468 SF of warehouse, 11,000 SF of ground floor office space, and 5,000 SF mezzanine for additional office use. Additional improvements would include landscaping, sidewalks, utility connections, implementation of stormwater facilities, and pavement of parking areas and drive aisles (Figure 2, Site Plan). Offsite improvements would be required for roadway and utility work. It is anticipated that the proposed development would be operated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The project would utilize cold storage.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 655468, Acres 29.61, Employees 549)
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