The El Paso City Plan Commission has approved site plan modifications for the sprawling Vista Del Norte Estates on the northeast side of the city.
The El Paso-based architectural and engineering firm Conde, Incorporated submitted information to the El Paso Plan Commission asking for a modification in the previously approved subdivision code for the site.
Located west of the Patriot Freeway and to the east of Dyer Street, the 129-acre estates will see the development of 607 individual single-family lots.
Those lots would vary in size between 4,700 square feet and just over 10,000 square feet.
The project, owned by Rancho Real Developers, also of El Paso, will also include the building of two neighborhood parks ranging in size between 85,000 to just under 214,000 square feet, and three drainage ponds.
As proposed, the site will also see the building of 10 to 15-foot pathways and a 64-foot right of way, made up of one roadway and two parkways.
City Plan staff recommended approval of the site modifications, subject to the developer having in place plans for a water and wastewater system for the project, while also agreeing to landscape the rear of all double frontage lots.
The commission approval was unanimous.
By Garry Boulard
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