At the last Yucaipa Planning Commission meeting of the year on Dec. 16, Planning Commissioners approved an architectural review for 22-single-family residences being built by Pacific Horizons Homes that will be located west of Bryant Street and south of Sunnyside Drive. “Some background on this track map is that it was originally approved back in 2006 to create 24 lots on a total of 5.69 acres with a 7,200 square foot minimum lot,” said Assistant Planner Madeline Jordan. Jordan continued saying, “A negative declaration was also adopted indicating that there wouldn’t be substantial environmental impacts through the development of this site.” Time extensions for the tract were requested and approved and the applicant is currently working with the city through its final engineering plans needed for construction. The site plan provided is reduced by two lots from the original plan with 22 single-family lots, however, the project is generally consistent with the original approval and therefore was deemed to be in substantial conformance. “The access will be through Hollow Creek Drive through an existing tract development, which is west of the site,” said Jordan. The project consists of detached one-story single-family residences with three different floor plans, with three different elevation types and styles. There will be a total of nine distinct looks within the tract. All three plans feature one-story buildings. Plan 1 is the smallest of the floor plans and will have six structures for residents with 2,238 square feet of living space, plan 2 is 2,426 square feet and plan 3 is the largest providing 2,780 square feet of living space. The development will have nine homes inspired by a “Farmhouse” style with a primarily white exterior that features a mix of vertical and horizontal lap siding, a black roof and dark veneer accents along the base; with six of the homes inspired by a strong “Craftsman” influence with horizontal lap siding, shutter accents around primary windows and light-toned stone veneer accents along the base; and eight homes reflect a “Prairie” architectural style with neutral brown tones, veneer accents along the base and wood band accents along the roofline of the front elevation to elongate the structure horizontally. The planning commissioners approved the architectural design, colors and materials of this development. More information on this development can be found at yucaipa.org.
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