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Dutch Bros. serving up its second Manteca location; self-storage behind Panera Bread
DHM medical offices
The 40,000-square-foot medical office complex that will be built on Cottage Court in east Manteca.

Dutch Bros. Coffee is adding another Manteca location plus two infill projects between Doctors Hospital and Yosemite Avenue are in the application review process.

The city’s second Dutch Bros. is being proposed northeast of the Union Road and Lathrop Road intersection near CVS Drugs.

The first location two miles away on Yosemite Avenue east of Union Road opened last year.

And while drive-thru coffee locations are high profile affairs, arguably the biggest projects is among two endeavors moving forward on a large area of vacant land east of Cottage Avenue and south of Doctors Hospital on North Street on parcels north of Panera Bread, Raising Cane, and Manteca Bowl.

Vega Builds Inc. has submitted plans for a two-story, 40,000-square-foot medical office building on behalf of Tenet Healthcare at 1263 Cottage Court on a two-acre parcel. Tenet owns Doctors Hospital of Manteca.

Also, nearby plans have been submitted for Cottage Court Storage. It will feature self-storage as well as RV and boat storage options

The Tenet complex is the first medical service orientated construction in east Manteca since 2016.

That’s when Doctors Hospital opened a 6,000-square-foot outpatient surgery center with three operating rooms and two procedure rooms next to its Imaging Center on Norman Drive off Spreckels Avenue. That project helped free up operating rooms at the main hospital campus at North Street and Cottage Avenue for inpatient procedures as well as shortened the time to book an outpatient procedure.

There is  a 10,150-square-foot medical office building designed as a dialysis center now under construction on  the northeast corner of Airport Way and Yosemite Avenue. The complex will have 16 hemodialysis stations, five hypertensive heart disease home hemodialysis-training stations, and one ultrafiltration room.

Last year two self-storage projects were started in Manteca. One was the conversion of the 107,000-square-fopot former Kmart building on Northgate Drive to an indoor climate controlled self-storage as well as traditional self-storage units in the formal parking lot.

The other as the first phase of a 393-unit mini-storage complex at 183 South Austin Road.

 Four other storage projects have also been approved for construction. They are:

*The Tesoro Boat and RV Storage project that will accommodate 532 recreational vehicles on a 13.68-acre triangle parcel bordering the north side of Woodward Avenue and located between Atherton Drive and Moffat Boulevard.

*An 844-unit storage facility at 2430 West Atherton Drive west of Airport Way. When completed it will be the largest storage facility in Manteca.

*An expansion of Arco Storage to the north on former Caltrans land that was abandoned when the northbound flyover ramp to Highway 99 was closed and removed

*A small facility approved on the west side of South Main Street south of Wetmore Street.

When all projects are built Manteca will have 12 storage facilities.


To contact Dennis Wyatt, email