The Motte Business Center Project site is located on APNs: 331-150-036, -037, -039, -040, -041, -042, -044 and -045. The Project would include the construction of a concrete tilt-up building that would total 1,138,638 square feet (including 10,000 square feet of office space, and 200,000 square feet of mezzanine) and proposes a structural height of approximately 50 feet, 616 automobile parking spaces, and 284 truck trailer parking spaces.
Tentative Parcel Map No. 38432 (PLN22-0114) proposes to combine (APNs 331-150-036, 331-150-037, 331-150-039, 331-150-040, 331-150-041, 331-150-042, 331-150-044, 331-150-045) into one parcel for a total of 43.94 net-acres. Plot Plan No. PLN22-0115 proposes to construct one concrete tilt-up building totaling 1,138,638 square feet which includes 10,000 square feet of office, 928,638 square feet of ground floor warehouse and 200,000 square feet of mezzanine warehouse on an approximately 43.94 net acre project site. The building proposes a structural height of approximately 50 feet and includes 616 automobile parking spaces, 284 truck trailer parking spaces, and 128 dock doors.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 1138638, Acres 43.93, Employees 1395)
Tentative Parcel Map, and EIR
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