SCH Number 2022050650

Project Info

Pacific Specific Plan
The project consists of 449 residential units, including a mix of apartments, rowhomes, villas, and affordable flats on approximately 15.09 acres of the 33.2-acre project site. Proposed residential units would include a mix of apartments within a five-story podium building, three-story rowhomes, three-story villas, and affordable flats within a four-story building.The 33.2-acre project site is an infill site located in the western portion of the City of San Marcos (City), at the northwest corner of South Las Posas Road and Linda Vista Drive, composed of Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 219 222-01, 219-222-02, 219-222-03, and 219-222-04. 68 of the 449 total units (15% of the total) would be designated as deed-restricted affordable units (alternatively, the project reserves the option to contribute to the affordable housing fund by paying the in-lieu fee). The project would also include a total of 927 parking spaces and 134,985 square feet (sf) of common open space area. The proposed project also includes landscaping, bio-retention areas, and circulation improvements. The remaining approximately 17.94 acres of the 33.2-acre project site would be preserved and restored as open space and habitat area. The proposed project would have a density of approximately 29.8 dwelling units per acre, not including the proposed open space and habitat area. With the open space and habitat area included, the density of the proposed project would be approximately 13.5 dwelling units per acre. The project proposes a General Plan Amendment, Rezone, Specific Plan, Tentative Map, and Multi-Family Site Development Plan. The General Plan Amendment and Rezone would change the General Plan designation and Zoning from Industrial (I) to Specific Plan Area (SPA). As part of the project, additional pedestrian connectivity would be provided along three of the adjacent street frontages. The project would provide a 6-foot sidewalk and Class II buffered bike lane along the project’s frontage on Pacific Street, a 12-foot urban trail (shared use path) along the project’s frontage on Linda Vista Drive, and a 12-foot urban trail (shared use path) along the project’s frontage on La Mirada Drive. In addition to the proposed sidewalk and trail connections, the project would add a bus stop and shelter with a bus turnout along South Las Posas Road adjacent to the development area and would install a four-way traffic signal at the intersection of Linda Vista Drive and Pacific Street. Furthermore, the project would upsize approximately 1,458 feet of existing water pipe from 8 inches to 12 inches and would convert approximately 1,400 feet of existing overhead power lines to underground along La Mirada.
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3 documents in project

Type Lead/Public Agency Received Title
City of San Marcos Pacific Specific Plan
City of San Marcos Pacific Specific Plan
City of San Marcos Pacific Specific Plan