CHULA VISTA, Calif (KGTV) -- More than 20 people showed up to a town hall meeting hosted by the Baldwin and Sons regarding their development in Otay Ranch.
Right now, the massive project includes 292 condos, 300 apartments, a 2-acre park and 15,000 square feet of commercial and retail space, as well as two hotels. One of the hotels opened in 2017, and condos are under construction.
The developer now wants to add 300 more apartments to their plan. They say the plan will not require any additional space but instead will require a different building and site design.
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Many in the community raised concerns about traffic and the overcrowding in schools at the open house. Developers were there to address those concerns.
According to Nick Lee, a study of the area says the roads it can accommodate nearly 12,000 trips a day. Even with the additional 300 units, it would push those numbers to around 8,000 trips a day.
They also said they’ve spoken with the Elementary and High School districts, and both have told them they should be able to accommodate the students with their existing facilities.
The developers expect to bring the new plans to planning commission next month.