Gatlin Development

Pacific Coast Plaza is a community shopping center, located on 46 acres at one end of a major regional commercial corridor with high visibility from Highway 78 and close proximity to Interstate 5.  The center’s generous size and location made the property ideal for a community shopping center with regional appeal, yet the site plan needed to be sensitive to the well-established neighborhood adjacent to the site.

The center includes over 440,000 square feet of commercial uses, including a Wal-Mart, large specialty retailers, and highway-oriented uses to serve the broader regional area.  It also includes a grocery store and convenience uses that provide services to the local neighborhood.  Issues with site compatibility resulted in a substantial upgrade to the architectural design for the Wal-Mart and other site tenants.

In addition to processing the entitlement applications and Environmental Impact Report, TLPG conducted several neighborhood meetings and provided consultation that assisted in defeating a citizen-initiated referendum that attempted to overturn the project approvals.


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