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Timberline at Auburn

The proposed project involves the construction of a continuing care community and commercial/retail center, trails, and wetlands on a 119-acre site located 1/2 mile west of the intersection of Bell Road and Richardson Drive in the north Auburn area. The proposed project would consist of 858 residential units. The continuing care community consists of nine two- and three-story independent living buildings, 72 villa duplexes, 68 detached villas, two independent living buildings, and four retirement “common buildings” that in total equal 780 living units. The commercial/retail portion of the project would include three multi-story buildings with 33,500 square feet of commercial/retail with 28,500 square feet being used for retail and 5,000 square feet being used for office professional; five multi-story medical office and office professional buildings with a total of up to 90,000 square feet of medical office space, or up to 140,000 square feet of professional office space; 78 residential lofts that would occupy the second and third stories of the retail buildings and one of the medical office buildings (note: the 78 lofts are included in the total unit count of 858); an RV/boat storage facility; and two 22,500-square-foot professional office commercial buildings. In addition, the project applicant would construct a trail and mitigation wetlands on the undeveloped Auburn Recreation Park District lands to the northeast. The 24-acre Auburn Recreation Park District lands are considered to be part of the proposed 119-acre project site, and any potential impacts resulting from construction of trails and mitigation wetlands are evaluated in the EIR.

Draft Environmental Impact Report

Final Environmental Impact Report