Truckee’s Coldstream development gets final town approval |

Truckee’s Coldstream development gets final town approval

Margaret Moran

TRUCKEE, calif. — After several years of debate and design adjustments, the Coldstream development is moving forward.

On Tuesday, Truckee Town Council unanimously approved the project that would result in an open, connected Deerfield Drive with a neighborhood park at the end, said Jenna Endres, associate planner for the town of Truckee.

The development plans for up to 300 residential units, including affordable housing; up to 30,000 square feet of commercial space; roughly 109 acres of open space/wetlands; and about 4.5 miles of trails on the west end of town.

The project area is located between Donner Memorial State Park and the Boulders.

The ordinances adopted by town council go in to effect 30 days from Tuesday, allowing for a potential challenge, Endres said.

If there are no appeals, the developer — StoneBridge Properties, a subsidiary of Teichert Land Company — can move forward with construction.

The project is broken into five phases. StoneBridge is “evaluating opportunities and timelines” for when to start the project, said Mike Isle, project manager.

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