SITR – Escondido Country Club Golf Course Housing Development – California - Project Profile
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Stuck in the Rough, LLC (SITR) is planning to undertake a residential complex in Escondido, California, the US.
The project involves the construction of a residential complex comprising 392 units and will be developed in five phases.
The project includes the construction of 327 separate single-family housing units, attached house units, a pool, a clubhouse, steam rooms, trails, daycare and a racquetball and tennis court, parking and related facilities.
Shapouri & Associates has been appointed as a civil engineer and planning consultant for the project.
In July 2014, a planning application was submitted to Escondido City Council (ECC) which resulted in a huge opposition from local residents group Escondido Country Club Home Owners (ECCHO) and ECC.
In October 2014, SITR organized a US$1 million Proposition H, a developer-sponsored ballot measure initiative allowing conversion of the golf course into a housing complex.
In November 2014, the Proposition H failed with 60% of voters denying the development resulting SITR to fill a lawsuit against ECCHO and ECC.
In February 2015, SITR revised the project plans by reducing the number of homes from 430 to 270 and waiting for the court's decision which was to be made on February 26, 2015.
In March 2015, the court ruling gave SITR the opportunity to move forward with developing the site as the housing project.
In May 2015, Shapouri & Associates, behalf of SITR, submitted plans to the city for a 270-home plan on the site.
In October 2015, the lawsuit against ECCHO and ECC was settled down.
New Urban West, Inc has been appointed as an associate developer.
In November 2016, a development application was submitted to City of Escondido. SITR expects to receive a final decision from the city council by the end of 2017 or early 2018.
SITR is in the process of revising the project plans and appointing a planner.
The project involves the construction of a residential complex comprising 392 units in Escondido, California, the US.
The US$40 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a clubhouse
2. Construction of a pool
3. Construction of steam rooms
4. Construction of a playground
5. Construction of trails
6. Construction of a racquetball
7. Construction of a tennis court
8. Construction of a daycare
9. Construction of parking and related facilities
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