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- Mixed Use
- Community Development
Project Status: Planning application being processed
Applicant Name: The Stephen A. Bieri Co.
City Planner: Norm Pedersen, 760-744-1050, ext. 3236
Applicant requests a General Plan Amendment and Prezone to change the existing Specific Plan designation of Light Industrial/Commercial/Open Space to also include Multi-Family Residential for a 69-acre property located on the south side of San Elijo Road currently in the County of San Diego.
The proposal includes a Specific Plan, Tentative Subdivision Map, and Multi-Family Site Development Plan for 189 residential apartments, 120 attached condominiums, 42 detached condominiums, and 138,710 square feet of commercial/light industrial buildings on 49 acres and 20 acres of biological open space.
In addition, a Grading Variance is proposed to allow manufactured slopes to exceed 20 feet in height and a Conditonal Use Permit to allow for the temporary crushing of rock material during grading operations. The project will require a separate request to LAFCO for annexation of the property from the County into the City.