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Sunnymead S6 Hotel

This project would construct one four-story, 45,977 sf building in an L-shape layout to house hotel units. The building would be surrounded by surface parking and a landscaped entryway fronting the street. There would be 94 parking spaces provided. Site amenities include an outdoor community deck.

The proposed development would install new infrastructure and connect to the existing infrastructure located along Sunnymead Blvd.


Moreno Valley Mall Redevelopment

The Project proposes revitalization and redevelopment of a portion of the existing Moreno Valley Mall (excluding the existing JC Penny and Macy's parcels).

Key features of the concept plan include:

  • Remodeling the overall mall site and mall interior
  • Adding four multi-family residential communities totaling 1,627OU
  • Adding two new hotels operating within a single hotel building
  • Adding a new three-story office building of approximately 60,000SF
  • Repurposing the existing food court into a pavilion style food market
  • Repurposing the existing Sears building to allow for multi-tenant retail and related uses
  • Redesigning the existing Theater area to include outdoor patio dining
  • Adding a new parking structure
  • Adding a central plaza and park integrated into the southeastern multi-family communities
  • Relocating the existing transit stops
  • Providing related infrastructure improvements including offsite traffic improvements

Crystal Cove Apartments

The Project is for the construction of a 192-unit apartment complex that would consist of eight separate buildings providing a total of 84 one-bedroom apartments and 108 two-bedroom apartments. The total floor area of all the units within the eight apartment buildings would equal 173,820 square feet.

The project would also provide a recreation center building with an outdoor pool and a 14,000 square foot community dog park. The project would provide a total of 359 parking spaces consisting of 208 covered parking spaces and 151 uncovered parking spaces, including 11 Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant parking spaces and 36 electrical vehicle parking spaces wired for future installation of charging equipment.


Bradshaw Circle

The Project is for the construction of 37 single-family residential lots, onsite roadways with sidewalks, drainage infrastructure, and open space. The single-family residences would range in size from 1,864 SF to 2,526 SF with a minimum lot size of 3,095 SF. The project proposes three distinct three- to four-bedroom floor plans, private yards, and two-car garages for the residential lots. The project would provide private yards within the single-family residential lots.

In addition to the residential lots, the project proposes lots designated for open space and drainage purposes. The open space area in the center of the development would include landscaping, walkways, and seating areas. New walkways are also proposed throughout.


Discovery Residential

The Project is for the construction of 67 single-family residential units at a density of 7.63 dwelling units per net acre. The residential lot sizes would be approximately 3,600 SF and would include backyard space, side yards, private driveways, and attached garages.


Perris at Pentecostal

The proposed Project is a gated 426-unit apartment complex on 18.05 acres of land. The Project includes construction and dedication of 1.845 acres for public open space/recreation, extension of utilities to the Project Site, and development of two and three-story apartment buildings.


Heacock Logistics Parking Lot

The proposed project entails construction of a parking lot that will be used for automobile parking on 9.14 acres located at the northeast corner of Heacock Street and the Perris Valley Storm Drain in the City of Moreno Valley.


Alessandro Walk Development Project

The proposed project entails development of a new residential subdivision of 225-lot single-family residential project on an 18.48-acre site in the Downtown Center (DC) District which is on the North side of Alessandro Boulevard between Morrison Street and Nason Street.


Valley & Whitney Planned Unit Development Project

The proposed project entails development of a new residential subdivision of 204 homes in the area of Alessandro Blve, Olive St., and Brodiaea Avenue.

Overall, the project consists of:

  • Subdivision of 26.74 acres of vacant land into 204 lots ranging in size from 2,800 square feet to 5,306 square feet (predominant lot sizes are 2,800 square feet and 3,600 square feet)
  • Construction of 204 new single-family detached homes ranging in size from 1,575 square feet to 2,384 square feet with attached two-car garages

Site development would include:

  • Grading and construction of single-family residential lots
  • Four retention/water quality basins,
  • One approximately 1.80-acre park
  • Guest parking areas
  • Underground utilities
  • Street improvements
  • Common-area landscaping
  • Perimeter fencing
  • Related off-site improvements

Moreno Valley Business Center

The Project consists of a proposal for a Plot Plan (PEN20-0162) that provides for the development of one 164,187 square foot light industrial building. The proposed Project design includes:

  • a loading area
  • auto parking areas
  • landscaping
  • signage
  • lighting
  • off-site improvements

The Project also includes the construction of an off-site public storm drain segment and an upgraded water pump for the Box Springs Municipal Water Company


Town Center at Moreno Valley

The Project includes a proposed Specific Plan and TTM to allow for the development of residential, commercial, civic, and park uses. Access to the Project site would be provided from Cottonwood Avenue, Nason Street, Bay Avenue, and Alessandro Boulevard. In summary, it is anticipated that future development of the Project site pursuant to the proposed Specific Plan would include the following uses:

  • Up to 800 homes on approximately 34.8 residential acres
  • Neighborhood Commercial Center encompassing approximately 16.5-acres in the southeast portion of the Project site, which will include a minimum of 150,000 square feet [sf] and no more than 220,000 sf of non-residential uses (e.g., office, civic, hotel, retail, restaurant, etc.)
  • Future Civic Building Site encompassing 40,000 sf in the Neighborhood Commercial Center area, which will ultimately accommodate an approximately 30,000 sf civic-related building (included in the Neighborhood Commercial Center overall building area of up to 220,000 sf)
  • Public Parks consisting of an approximately 1.3-acre linear park and a 3.5-acre park located west and north of proposed commercial area, respectively

The Project is consistent with land use and growth assumptions for the Project site included in the adopted City of Moreno Valley General Plan 2040 (General Plan), which was adopted in June 2021. The Project site has a land use designation of Downtown Center and is zoned Downtown Center (DC) District.

Construction for the Project is expected to be initiated in 2023 and be completed in 2025.


Edgemont Commerce Center

The project site is located on the south side of Bay Avenue west of Day Street.

The project includes:

  • Change of Zone to change the zoning designation from Business Park to Light Industrial; and
  • Tentative Parcel Map to consolidate the two parcels into one 6.6 acre parcel referred to as Lot 1:and
  • Plot Plan for the development of the Edgemont Commerce Center project as a 142,325 square foot warehouse building.


Edgemont Commerce Center Review Documents

Project Map

Edgemont  Project Map

 


Cottonwood Village

The project site is located on the north side of Cottonwood Avenue approximately 525 feet east of Perris Boulevard.

The project includes:

  • Tentative Tract Map 34544 for condominium purposes to subdivide approximately 9.4 acres of land; and
  • Plot Plan for the development of the Cottonwood Village project consisting of 23 four-plex buildings (92 attached multi-family units) with associated amenities and public improvements.

Arco AM/PM Service Station Project

The project is located at the southeast corner of Redlands Boulevard and Hemlock Avenue.

This project includes:

  • An application for a Conditional Use Permit to develop a 2.4-acre portion of a 6.9-acre site with a 6,323-square foot retail building
  • Building includes a 5,123-square foot food market with office and storage in a mezzanine level and an adjacent 1,200-square foot retail tenant space
  • Fueling stations for gasoline and diesel dispensing within the Highway Office/Commercial (HO/C) District.

Heacock Commerce Center

The project is located at the southeast corner of Heacock Street and Gentian Avenue.

This project includes:

  • Applications for a General Plan Amendment
  • Change of Zone
  • Specific Plan Amendment
  • Two Plot Plan applications for two high cube industrial buildings totaling 873,967 square feet.

The applicant proposes land use changes that include:

  • GPA from R5 to Business Park for approximately 43 acres; and
  • Zone Change from R5 to Light Industrial for approximately 43 acres.

The specific plan amendment proposes to remove the parcels on the north side of Revere Place and assign a City General Plan and Zoning designation to those parcels.

Heacock Commerce Center Review Documents

Notice of Preparation of an EIR |

Project Map

Heacock Commerce Center project map


Moreno Valley Trade Center

The Project site is located in the eastern portion of the City of Moreno Valley, Riverside County, California.  The Project site is south of Eucalyptus Avenue, west of Redlands Boulevard, and north of Encelia Avenue.

The Moreno Valley Trade Center Project involves:

  1. A General Plan Amendment to change the land use designation for all parcels within the Project site from “Residential: Max 2 du/ac (R2)” to “Business Park/Light Industrial (BP);”
  2. A Change of Zone to change the zoning designation for all parcels within the Project site from “from “Residential Agriculture, 2 du/ac (RA2)”and “Primary Animal Keeping Overlay Zone (PAKO)” to “Light Industrial (LI) District;”
  3. A Plot Plan that provides a development concept (site layout, architecture, and landscaping) for an approximately 1,328,853 s.f. proposed warehouse building would be occupied by either a warehouse distribution/logistics use or a fulfillment center use and supporting office space; and
  4. A Tentative Parcel Map to consolidate all 11 parcels within the Project site to create one approximately 71.65-net-acre parcel

World Logistics Center

World Logistics Center artists rendering.

World Logistics Downloads

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2020 Revised Final Environmental Impact Report (Revised Final EIR)
Proposed Development Agreement | Proposed Tentative Parcel Map 36457 Conveyance and Finance Purposes Only |Notice of Completion Letter | Notice of Determination |

Revised EIR: Cover page | Part 1a | Part 1b | Part 1c-1 | Part 1c-2 | Part 1c-3 | Part 1c-4 | Part 1c-5 | Part 1c-6 | Part 1c-7 | Part 1c-8 | Part 1c-9 | Part 1c-10 |Part 1c-11 | Part 1c-12 | Part 1c-13 | Part1c-13-addition to Item Q

Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Additional Errata Memorandum | Notice of Determination | Additional Notice of Determination | Final Statement and Overriding Considerations | June 2020 Errata | Final MMRP

 

Community Response
Letters Sent in Response to the Revised Final EIR: Batch 1–3 | Batch 4–5 | Batch 6 – 8 |

 

2019 Revised RFEIR Review 11-2019

Draft Recirculated RSFEIR | Draft Recircluated RSFEIR With Tracked Changes
Technical Appendices: A-C | D1- D6 |D7-D11 | E1- E5 |E 6-1 - E- 6- 5| E 6-6 - E- 6-10 | E6-11 - E6-13 | F
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2019 Draft Recirculated Revised Sections of the Final Environmental Impact Report: Notice of Availability

 

Revised FEIR — July 2018

Revised FEIR Notice | World Logistics Center Revised Sections of FEIR | Revised FEIR with Redlines | Revised FEIR Appendices

Original FEIR and DEIR

World Logistics Center Specific Plan | Notice of DEIR | Project Map | Draft EIR
Final FEIR | Tracking FEIR | Technical Appendices (~1.7 GB)

Initiatives
WLC Land Benefit Initiative | World Logistics Center Development Agreement Initiative | World Logistics Center Land Use and Zoning Entitlements Initiative

Legal
WLC Legal Information

Notice of Determination
Notice

Project Map