Plans call for town homes and live-work units, along with a community area for events, community garden and fitness center
By Joshua Molina, Noozhawk Staff Writer | @JECMolina | Published on 07.28.2015 7:07 p.m
Goleta could soon be home to a 175-unit mixed-use project in Old Town, as the Planning Commission Monday night voted 4-0 to allow the project to move forward.
Commissioner Katie Maynard recused herself from the vote because she lives in the area.
“It will be a wonderful project for Old Town,” Planning Commission Chairman Eric Onnen said.
“It provides needed workforce housing and some new commercial space via the shopkeepers’ units.”
The Old Town Village Project plans call for 113 town homes, 34 live-work town homes, 28 shopkeeper town homes, a community center and other park amenities.