Empty Lot Between Mason and Porter Ranch Drive At Rinaldi - Update February 2013
This development is called Aldea. It is planned to have residential on the western two-thirds and retail on the eastern third. Aldea is comprised of both residential and retail commercial uses. To date, we have built and sold out the Las Brisas at Aldea community. Within a few weeks construction will begin on models for a new townhome community called Seville at Aldea. Signs will be installed very soon and sales will begin early this summer. The first Phase and recreation site will be under construction by Spring of this year.
We are currently working with numerous prospective tenants for the Aldea retail community located at the northwest corner of Porter Ranch Drive and Rinaldi. The market has been challenging over the last few years, but we hope that with continued economic improvement, there will be stronger interest which will allow us to secure all the major tenants and provide a definitive timeline for development of the center. Porter Ranch Development Company remains committed to creating an exciting and welcoming retail component that will be an enhancement to the whole community. At the point when plans are starting to take shape, we will be working with the Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council and stakeholders to share ideas and opportunities.
Design Review article about residential from June 2011
Overall Plan article from Spring 2010
Porter Ranch Development Company proposes to divide Lot 1 of Tract No. 54153-02-C into two parcels with 88 senior apartments on Parcel A and 310 market apartments on Parcel B. The total 398 units were previously approved on September 1, 2006 and 190 units are under construction or built. The property is located adjacent to and westerly of the project called “Tesoro” and the units built or under construction are called “Sonoma”. The lot split is required to facilitate a “separate parcel” as required by law in order to designate 88 units of the total as senior (age restricted). The senior units are intended to be moderate income as required by the Porter Ranch Development Agreement. A public hearing was held by the City of Los Angeles, October 5, 2010. The proposal does not increase the total unit count but divides the parcel into two separate parcels. Parcel Map | Hearing notice Note: the development parcel map was approved. The target construction start date is late 2012.
Shepherd of the Hills Growth Plan
Shepherd of the Hills Church is proposing build out their church campus, on the south side of Rinaldi. This would include a new worship center to seat 3,500 people and adding a parking structure to allow for a total of 910 cars.
Proposed Sanctuary and Family Life Center
Proposed Shepherd of the Hills Campus Plan. View Larger.