A public hearing will be held Tuesday for the largest housing development currently in the works in Paso Robles.
It’s another opportunity for the community to comment on the Beechwood Specific Plan near Virginia Peterson Elementary School.
The project has been at least 14 years in the making, but Tuesday night could mark the final hurdle.
“Our objective is to secure approval of the development plan, the environmental impact report, and the development agreement between the city and the property owners,” said Dan Lloyd, Beechwood Specific Plan Project Manager.
The project spans roughly 230 acres with upwards of 900 housing units.
“This is the largest one that we have at this time and really the last of the specific plans that we see in the near future,” said Darren Nash, Paso Robles City Planner.
Units include single-family residential, duplexes, triplexes, condos, and apartments.
“We expect the price ranges to go