Proposal would adjust about 200 acres of undeveloped land into industrial area in Mission Valley
EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – In excess of 200 acres of undeveloped land in the Mission Valley would be remodeled into a warehousing and industrial park space less than a new proposal.
Landowner Ben L. Ivey has a proposal for his land just East of Loop 375 and North of North Loop shut to Del Valle Substantial School with metropolis planners. Less than the prepare, Ivey wants to rezone the 229.79 acres of undeveloped land from apartments and distinctive contract to heavy professional space.
On June, 3, the city’s approach commission voted unanimously to adjust the zoning, giving the approach headway.
Fabiola Campos-Lopez and Sylvia Carreon referred to as into the conference to voice their assist for the proposal.
Metropolis files present his proposal would make it possible for for normal warehouse and industrial business park area on the land. A conceptual strategy displays 13 warehouses and industrial properties would be setup on the land.
The city has designed a several conditions for the proposal like: having plenty of inexperienced house with trees, the constructing of a six-foot wall, and necessities for setting up permits and certificates of occupancy.
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