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What’s proposed for the Martis Valley?

Nevada County– PC-3 is bordered by Highway 267 to the south and the Truckee Tahoe Airport to the north. It will include up to 850,000 square feet of commercial space and will likely serve as a commercial hub for much of the Martis Valley. It is owned by the Joerger Family Association.Placer CountyThe Placer County Planning Department’s current projects list describes the following developments at various stages in the planning process:– Hopkins Ranch: A proposed planned development of 87 single family residential lots and construction of an 18 hole golf course, clubhouse and accessory buildings on a 285 acre parcel. The project location is north of Lahontan, adjacent to Schaffer Mill Road, in the Martis Valley area of Placer County. The applicant/owner is Ron Parr of D.M.B. Highlands Group, LLC, of Truckee. Parr is also the project owner of Lahontan.– Eaglewood: The Eaglewood project area covers approximately 475 acres between Sierra Meadows and Lahontan. According to the initial study submitted to Placer County last June, Eaglewood includes five mixed residential categories for a total of 474 dwelling units. It also includes five employee housing units, an 18 hole golf course on 120 acres, a recreation center, a driving range north of the recreation center, a park, and village commercial center. The primary vehicular access to the site is from Schaffer Mill Road off Highway 267 and the main entry into the planed community will be gated. Applicant/Owner: Robert Hayes, of Auburn, and Robert Tamietti, of Truckee.–Martis Creek Estates: Proposal to subdivide 122.4 acres into 12 residential lots with a minimum lot size of 10 acres. The project location is on Highway 267, directly across from the entrance to the Northstar at Tahoe resort. Applicant/Owner: Terrance E. Lowell & Associates, of Roseville.–Coyote Run Planned Development: A proposed residential development of 22 single-family homes on 3.79 acres, located on the South side of State Highway 267, approximately 1,500 feet northwest of the intersection of Schaffer Mill. The owner/applicant is Mark D. Percin of Truckee.– Northstar: Plans include approximately 200 residential units, 122,300 sq. ft. of commercial and retail space, 38,000 sq. ft. of conference facility and spa, and approximately 181,000 sq. ft. of underground parking and mechanical/service space and the proposed expansion of Lookout Ridge Restaurant. There is also a proposal to develop a proposed employee housing project consisting of approximately 110 residential units in three 4-story buildings, which will contain 380 beds. The units in each building comprise approximately 96 single occupancy bedrooms designed primarily for the seasonal employees of Northstar.–Lahontan currently does not have any plans submitted, but is already in Phase 2 of the subdivision, which consists of 73 lots and a 9 hole golf course. The Lahontan group is reported to have plans for additional phases including expansion into the 2,100 acre Siller Brothers property to the south. Expansion on the Siller parcel, which borders Northstar’s Lookout Mountain on the south, could include up to 1,000 residential units and an 18-hole golf course.-Source: county and town planning agencies


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