After four years of preparation, the proposed 354-unit apartment project on 30 acres south of the Lake Los Serranos Mobile Home Park will be discussed by the Chino Hills Planning Commission at the 7 p.m. meeting on Tuesday. December 21 in council. rooms, 14000 City Center Drive.
The committee will also discuss the housing plan during this meeting.
The apartments will consist of two and three storey buildings.
The project is proposed by mobile park owner Jack (Jay) Greening, a longtime landowner in Chino Hills, starting with his grandfather Paul Greening who began buying property in 1945, including the Rolling Ridge Ranch. . The Greening family also owns the Los Serranos golf course on which they hope to build a residential development.
Los Serranos Lake Mobile Home Park is located at 15111 Pipeline Ave.
The apartments would consist of two villages, an east village and a west village, each containing a clubhouse and a swimming pool.
The eastern section of the village, with 166 units, will be accessible on Ramona Avenue with a second entrance on Valle Vista promenade. The western entrance to the village of 188 homes would be located on Los Serranos Boulevard.
The entire site covers 48 acres, including the 18-acre lake.
A signal will be installed on Bird Farm Road and Ramona Avenue, where the Lago Los Serranos condominiums are located. City officials said the engineering division will monitor the intersection and determine an appropriate time for installation.
The apartment development will be named “Rancho Cielito”.