The five-member Santa Clarita City Planning Commission voted unanimously at its meeting Tuesday night to green-light construction of Building 6 at The Center at Needham Ranch.
Developers Trammell Crow Company and Clarion Partners, LLC had applied for a conditional use permit and development review to allow development of a 47-foot-tall, 97,357 square foot building, known as Building 6, within the business park.
City staff had recommended the commission approve Resolution P19-03, approving Master Case No. 18-136, including Conditional Use Permit 18-008 and Development Review 18-016, to allow for the construction of Building 6, with a maximum height of 47 feet, subject to the Conditions of Approval (detailed on pages 17-32).
After a staff presentation, the Commissioners asked questions about the proposals, then heard comments in support of the proposals’ approval from Holly Schroeder, executive director of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation. The SCV Chamber of Commerce also submitted a letter of support.
The Center at Needham Ranch is located at the southern entrance to the city of Santa Clarita, along Sierra Highway and Highway 14, south of Newhall Avenue and one mile north of the intersection of Interstate 5 and Highway 14.
The General Contractor is Oltman’s Construction Co., the architect is HPA, Inc. and the civil engineer is Alliance Land Planning & Engineering. CBRE’s Craig Peters and Doug Sonderegger are the leasing agents for the property.
Building 6 is part of the first phase of a larger 132-acre entitled site with approvals for up to 4.2 million square feet of industrial/commercial space. Vertical construction began in July 2018.
Building 6 will include approximately 7,750 square feet of office and 89,607 square feet of warehouse, with 13 loading docks. The plan also calls for 121 parking spaces and landscaping to surround the structure.
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