The proposed project site consists of approximately 50 acres and is located in Ventura County, within the City of Thousand Oaks. More specifically, the project site is located near the western boundary of the City within the northwestern portion of the Rancho Conejo Industrial Area, approximately 1-mile north of the U.S. 101 Freeway.
The project site is located entirely within the City’s Specific Plan No. 7 planning area in the northwestern portion of the existing Rancho Conejo Industrial Area. Land that is owned and managed by the Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency (COSCA) is located to the north and west of the project site. Industrial development is located northeast of the project site as well as to the south and west of the parcels that would be developed, including the City’s Municipal Service Center (MSC).
The proposed project includes construction of a 15-building business park on 15 privately owned parcels. The 15 parcels include previously created lots that are approximately 50 acres (2,159,269 square feet [SF]); the proposed building footprints would cover approximately 17 acres (754,222 SF). The buildings would range in size from approximately 22,765 SF to 93,308 SF of floor space and the building heights would range from 37 to 41 feet. Typically, each building would have office space at the front of the building with warehouse/light manufacturing space in the rear. Primary access to the proposed buildings would be from Rancho Conejo Boulevard and Conejo Center Drive. Parking would be provided in surface lots, generally located around each building, for the ancillary office and industrial uses. In addition, utility hookups would be installed from existing lines within the streets to the proposed buildings. Landscaping would be installed on each lot.
The lots would be located in three separate clusters: on the western side of Conejo Center Drive just northwest of the intersection of Conejo Center Drive and Conejo Spectrum Street; along the eastern side of Conejo Center Drive from Conejo Spectrum Street up to Rancho Conejo Boulevard; and north of the intersection of Conejo Center Drive and Rancho Conejo Boulevard, extending west to a parcel at the end of Rancho Conejo Boulevard.
The application includes two proposed Vesting Tentative Tract Maps (VTTM) that will reconfigure the existing lots. No new lots are proposed. VTTM 6021, which includes lots in Planning Areas B and 5, and VTTM 6022, which includes lots in Planning Area Q. VTTM No. 6021 includes 36 acres that would be subdivided into 12 condominium lots for Buildings 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 1G, 2, 3, 4A, and 4B. VTTM 6022 includes 15.50 acres that would be subdivided into 4 condominium lots for Buildings 5A, 5B, 6A, and 6B.
Project construction may encroach into the protected zone of a protected oak tree.
The proposed project would require approximately 100,656 cubic yards of cut and fill, which would be balanced on the site. As such, no import or export of materials is anticipated to occur.
The proposed project would consist of a maximum of seven phases, with an anticipated construction period of 12 to 18 months for each phase. It is anticipated that the entire project phasing will be completed within approximately 10 years from the commencement of the first phase.
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