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Rancho Cordova Apartment goes to the city council approval

A proposal under review next week by the Rancho Cordova City Council would consist of 120 apartments in 11 three-story buildings at 11650 Douglas Road, in the city's Anatolia development area.


By Ben van der Meer – Senior Reporter, Sacramento Business Journal

Dec 28, 2022

Anatolia in Rancho Cordova, primarily developed with single-family housing, is poised to have some denser housing added.

Next Tuesday, Rancho Cordova City Council will review plans for the simply named Rancho Cordova Apartments, a 120-unit project at 11650 Douglas Road. No contact information was available for Darin Moore, listed as the project applicant, with a Rancho Cordova post office box address. CSS Properties in Roseville is listed as the property owner. A message left with Bob Spence, a representative of that company, was not returned.

According to the City Council agenda item, the apartments would be in 11 three-story buildings, with 78 one-bedroom units, 18 two-bedroom units and 24 three-bedroom units. Square footages would range from 805 to 1,265 square feet. Resident amenities would include a 1,280-square-foot clubhouse with fitness center, lounge and office; 990-square-foot pool area next to the clubhouse; and a playground. There would be 186 parking spots, 19 of them available for electric charging.

The agenda item does not specify whether the apartments would be rented at market rates or be designated affordable, though the amenities and location, far from existing transit, would suggest a market-rate project. The 4.38-acre project site is near the Raley's-anchored Sunridge Plaza shopping center. Median improvements on Douglas Road for entering and exiting the property would be part of the project. A City Council staff report states that "pedestrian access will be improved along Douglas so that people can get to the shopping center safely from the project site."

HRGA is the project architect. Property records show CSS Properties as the owner, but do not show how long the company has owned it or any transactions affiliated with the parcel. City Council members are reviewing the project for major design review. Because it matches existing zoning and complies with the city's general plan, it won't require any further environmental review, according to the agenda item.


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