Foothill 533

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Foothill 533 picThe Foothill 533 project consists of 144 attached, two and three-story townhouses to be located at 533 Foothill Boulevard near the intersection of Grand Avenue. Units will range in size from 1,284 square feet to 1,906 square feet with private open space ranging from 112 square feet to 138 square feet per unit. There will be 25 two-bedroom units, 99 three-bedroom units, and 10 four-bedroom units.  In addition to private open space, the project includes 60,475 square feet of common open space.  The common open space areas are designed around different activities within the various common open space areas. The largest area is the Central Square, which includes a community pool and spa, restroom/shower building, BBQ units, and other recreation amenities.  Three smaller, triangular-shaped open space areas are located along the northern edge of the site: a village green with bocce ball court; a tot lot play area; and a dog park area. The landscape concept provides for a system of pedestrian paths that connect the common areas, as well as the dwelling units.

The applicant’s current plans include two basic building types: Foothill Towns, and Village Towns and Courts.  The Village Towns and Courts buildings are three-story buildings with two-car side-by-side garages grouped toward the interior of the site and along Valencia Street at the north-west corner. The proposed architecture for this building group is a traditional Spanish style, with two-tone base stucco, Spanish tile roofs, arched entryways, ornamental wrought iron accents, and deeply recessed windows. The Foothill Towns are also traditional Spanish style and will be fronting Foothill Boulevard. These are two and three-story buildings with two-car tandem and side-by-side garages.

The goal of this web page is to provide the public with a way to access the latest happenings occurring with the development and to answer questions about the development. We encourage interested persons to contact the Planning Department directly if you have any questions or concerns.

Project Approvals

  •  The Planning Commission recommended approval to the City Council on October 7, 2014 and the City Council approved this project on October 28, 2014. (Project No. PLN14-0030: Development Plan Review, Tentative Tract Map 72946, and Zone Amendment)

  Permits Issued

  • Phase 1 building permits have been issued.
  • Phase 2,3,4 and most of phase 5 have been issued permits for building foundations. 

 Significant Activity and Schedule

  •  As of February, 2016, plans for Phase 2,3,4 and 5 have been approved by City staff.
  • Models are to open April, 2016.
  • The Coast Live Oak Tree and the Aleppo Pine street trees were identified as being in poor health and presenting an eminent hazard to the public. With the City's authorization, they were removed and will be relaced with a total of six trees. 

Contact Information

Glendora Planning Department > Emily Stadnicki, City Planner (626) 914-8217 or estadnicki@cityofglendora.org

Glendora Public Works Department >Alison Sweet, City Engineer (626) 914-8248 or asweet@cityoglendora.org

Developer > City Ventures > Kim Hesse, Director of Development (949) 258-7525 or  kim@cityventures.com

Construction Related Issues > Drew Davies, LJP Consutrction Services (949) 371-9892 or adavies@ljpltd.com

Documents

  • Project Plans
  • Planning Commission meeting documents from October 7, 2014
  • City Council meeting documents from October 28, 2014
  • Final Map
  • Arborist Report on street trees
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