164-Unit Residential Community Faces Fullerton Planning Commission
Today, the Fullerton Planning Commission will hear a proposal to redevelop a 12.52-acre site into a residential community located in a portion of the Sunrise Village Shopping Center.
The Pines at Sunrise Valley project by Shopoff Realty Investment proposes to demolish 108,300 SF of existing on-site uses and construct a 164-dwelling unit residential community, including 49 detached single-family residential homes and 115 townhomes.
The single-family residential units are located on the southern portion of the site and range from 1,900 to 2,600 SF. Typical lot sizes would measure 45 feet by 52 feet, with an average unit size of 2,230 SF. Of the 49 units, 22 units would be two-story, 13 units would be two-story with loft area, and 14 units would be three-story (up to 36 feet). Of the 22 two-story plans, 12 units would be located adjacent to Paseo Dorado. All units would have a front-facing 2-car garage and private backyard open space. Lot 1 includes 49 open guest parking spaces and a community swimming pool.
The townhome units are located on the northern portion of the site in 24 building clusters. The townhomes would range from 1,400 sq. ft. to 1,950 SF, with an average size of 1,810 SF. Each building would contain between three to seven units. All townhomes would be three stories 36 feet to roof ridge. All townhome units would provide front entry private patios and second-story balconies. Rooftop decks would be constructed on all end units to provide additional private open space with a builder option for interior units. Each townhome would provide an attached two-car garage. Lot 2 includes 115 open guest parking spaces and two pocket parks.
JZMK Partners will be designing the single-family residential units in a transitional modern architectural style with four color schemes and the townhome units in a contemporary architectural style.