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Homes may soon border Sedan Ave.
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Manteca’s first residential project aimed at serving four distinct income brackets of home buyers is being proposed on 339 acres stretching from a point north of Woodward Avenue south to Sedan Avenue bordering the west side of South Main Street/South Manteca Road.
It could include as many as 1,000 homes ranging from smaller homes ranging from 1,200 to 1,400 square feet at a density of eight to an acre to larger estate-style lots with homes ranging from 3,000 to 5,500 square feet.
 Dubbed Griffin Park, it will extend urbanized Manteca to its southern most point at it will border Sedan Avenue bringing tract-style housing with a mile of West Ripon Road.
It also will include a five-acre component for neighborhood-style commercial along South Main Street where the future alignment for Antone Raymus Expressway based on the nearby 1,049-acre Austin Road Business Park north of Sedan Avenue. Altogether there will be four distinctive categories of housing sizes aimed at four different buying markets blended together in a master design that may include a long linear park with a bike path.
It is likely to result in the extension westward of Pear Tree Street, Tannehill Street where Woodward School is located, Legacy Street, and east-west streets in the subdivision now under construction to the south of the Woodward neighborhoods.
The western edge of the project also will border the fourth high school campus planned by Manteca Unified along Tinnin Road. Some of the homes would be within a mile of the Nile Garden School site. The entire proposed project is within the Manteca Unified School District.
 The Manteca City Council on Tuesday will consider hiring De Novo Planning Group for $230,161 when they meet at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center, 1001 W. Center St., to conduct an environmental impact report for the master-planned neighborhood
The tab is being paid for entirely by the developers that include Bill Filios, Raymus Resources, Austin Road Partners, and Daryll Quaresma among others.