147 Residential Units Planned in the City of Redlands
The City of Redlands recently released an environmental document for the proposed “Residence at Casa Loma” residential project located at 1010 East Lugonia Avenue.
The proposed project by Dynamic Redlands, LLC would remove three existing single-family residential units on the project site and consolidate the site under one parcel to redevelop it with 147 multifamily residential units within three 3-story buildings. Building 1 would be 52,407 sq. ft. and provide 64 residences, Building 2 would be 45,662 sq. ft. and provide 53 residences, and Building 3 would be 27,133 sq. ft. and provide 30 residences. The project would result in a total building space of 125,202 sq. ft.
Community facilities throughout the development would include a fitness center, clubhouse, main pool with sitting areas, a cabana, a walking loop and community garden, dog park, and a playground.
The project would also provide 251 on-site parking spaces, including 72 garage spaces, 105 carport spaces, and 74 open stall “guest” spaces. This would meet code requirements for onsite and resident parking.
Designed by Architects Orange, the proposed residential buildings would feature contemporary Spanish architectural elements such as stucco finishes, detailed roof elements, aluminum awnings, metal deck railings, and decorative vinyl windows and doors in the exterior design.
The project will require a series of discretionary actions such as a General Plan Amendment, Zone Change, Site Plan Approval, Tentative Tract Map, and Grading Permits.