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Another 27 apartments for Manteca
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The tight rental market is helping bring two infill apartment projects to Manteca.

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 as an expansion of Vista Verde Apartments on Eastwood Avenue where it curves across the street from Manteca Rehab.

The two projects are before the Manteca Planning Commission on Tuesday. The commission meets at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center, 1001 W. Center St.

The city already has approved site plans for the 128-unit Woodbridge Apartments on the northeast corner of Lathrop and Union Roads in the shopping center anchored by CVS Pharmacy.

The 200-unit Terra Ranch Apartment proposal first approved in 2011 and that had since expired has been reapproved.  The 12.2-acre project is located on the southwest corner of West Woodward Avenue and the new McKinley Avenue alignment in southwest Manteca.

It consists of 12 apartment buildings consisting of 190,596 square feet. The buildings will be built with two and three story versions using a plaster finish with Spanish-style roofs and earth tone colors.

The Brocchini Family Partnership is pursuing 184 condos on 10.86 acres straddling both sides of Center Street as it is extended westward to a point 350 feet east of St. Dominic’s Drive. It is part of a parcel sandwiched between Kaiser’s medical offices on the west, the commercial/offices on the east where Valley Dental and AAA are located, the golf course on the north and Yosemite Avenue on the south. The plan is for the 5.84 acres bordering Yosemite avenue to be developed in the future as commercial.

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 sued as an office and storage. It will consist of three bedroom and two bedroom apartment units.

To contact Dennis Wyatt, email