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ANOTHER INFILL PROJECT
12-unit apartment complex proposed
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The tight housing market and increased rent is making the fourth multiple family infill project in central Manteca within two years possible.

The latest is a plan by VFT Properties to replace an older house on 0.52 acres at 639 Stewart Street with a three-story, 12-unit apartment. It is in a neighborhood dominated by apartments and multi-family rentals northeast of the Fremont and Yosemite avenues intersection.

The Manteca Planning Commission is reviewing a site plan for the project when they meet Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center council chambers, 1001 W. Center St.

The proposed three-story apartment complex is to the east of where the 8-unit Villa Capri apartments were completed in the 200 block of North Fremont earlier this year on what was once vacant parcels as well as an older home. The Fremont complex consists of a pair of two-story buildings with four two-bedroom apartments in each structure.

Also completed earlier this year were 19 apartments that are an extension of Vista Verde Apartments on Eastwood Avenue where it curves across the street from Manteca Rehab. The Villa Capri Apartments addition has five buildings including one being used as an office and storage. It consists of three bedroom and two bedroom apartment units.

Permits are also being processed for plans for 13 townhouses for the southwest corner of North Walnut Avenue and Alameda Street on vacant land.

 

To contact Dennis Wyatt, email dwyatt@mantecabulletin.com