North Apple Valley industrial Specific Plan, Specific Plan Industrial (SPI)
The project proposes to develop a 1,207,544 square foot warehouse distribution center on a 77± acre parcel of land in north Apple Valley. The project site is bounded by Lafayette Street to the north, Dachshund Avenue to the east, Burbank Avenue to the south, and Dale Evans Parkway to the west. The project site is within the boundary of the North Apple Valley Industrial Specific Plan (NAVISP), which aims to accelerate the Town’s future economic growth by attracting high quality industrial facilities. The project site is subject to the standards and restrictions codified in the NAVISP. Under the NAVISP, the project site is designated as Industrial – Specific Plan (SPI). Manufacturing facilities, regional warehousing facilities, and support services are all land-uses that are appropriate for the SPI designation. The project will require a Design Review application approval.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 1207544, Acres 77, Employees 1)
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