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San Diego Board of Supervisors approves 332-home development for Valley Center

San Diego Board of Supervisors approves 332-home development for Valley Center
Posted at 5:33 PM, Oct 25, 2017
and last updated 2017-10-25 20:40:30-04

VALLEY CENTER, Calif. (KGTV) - A North County neighborhood is set to expand with more than 300 new homes developers promise to be among the "most affordably priced" around.

The San Diego Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the Park Circle Project, which will see 332 homes, retail, park space, private recreation areas, and open space and trails.

Of the new homes, at least 101 will be traditional homes and 167 will be "cluster" and "alley" homes that remain detached but constructed in clusters on sic to eight smaller lots.

Homes are expected to cost between $400,000 and $600,000 and "to be the most affordably priced new homes" in North County.

The project will see a 2.6-acre public park in its center, featuring fire pits, basketball courts, fitness equipment, and a stage for events. Nearly two acres of private parks, a private recreation area, 4.4 miles of trails, a dog park, and open space around Moosa Creek.

The project's commercial plans include 4.2-acres of retail buildings and a 1,800-square-foot restaurant.