Manteca’s first townhouse project in decades is being proposed for 2.2 acres in central Manteca east of String’s Restaurant and the Bank of Stockton.
The 42-unit townhouse project will consist of three-story structures with units ranging in size from 855 square feet to 1,332 square feet. It includes a clubhouse and swimming pool for use of the residents.
The project site is about 200 feet north of East Edison Street and is bordered by the 600 block of North Lincoln Avenue and North Grant Street. The townhouses will be accessed by four private streets.
Comments are being accepted by the Manteca Community Development Department through Feb. 28. It is expected to go before the Manteca Planning Commission for consideration on March 14.
The townhouse project is being proposed just as a number of long-approved infill housing endeavors are moving forward. Included are two homes where a mobile home was once placed in the 200 block of East Edison just south of the proposed townhouses.
Two smaller apartment projects that have been given the city’s approval in the past 14 months are also expected to move forward.
One is the 8-unit Villa Capri apartments proposed on vacant parcels plus where an existing house is in the 200 block of North Fremont where it T-intersects with Pine Street between Center and Fir streets.
The other consists of 19 apartments proposed an extension of Vista Verde Apartments on Eastwood Avenue where it curves across the street from Manteca Rehab.
The Villa Capri Apartments will consist of two separate two-story buildings featuring four two-bedroom apartments on each floor.
The Vista Verde addition has five buildings including one being used as an office and storage. It will consist of three bedroom and two bedroom apartment units.
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