Please see the information below on major development projects currently in progress in the Town of Truckee:
Projects currently under review by the Town of Truckee:
The Planning Division has received an application requesting approval of an additional 68 mixed affordable income (50% to 120% area median income) residential units in Phase 2 of Frishman Hollow. Four buildings are proposed (two buildings with 30 units each on the south side of the property and two fourplexes on the north side of the property). A new community gathering picnic area, play area, and community garden are also proposed. The existing development (Phase 1) was approved in 2006 and includes 32 affordable housing units in eight fourplex buildings and 65 parking spaces. The project is located at 11188 and 11200 Rue Ivy (APNs 019-410-041 and -046).
The Planning Division has received an application for a multifamily residential project on Jibboom Street in Downtown Truckee (“Residences at Jibboom”). The proposed project features 83 residential units in four buildings, with 49 rental apartments, 34 for-sale residential units, a 1,294-square-foot laundromat, and a 484-square-foot retail space. (10002 Jibboom Street; APNs 019-102-011-000 to 019-102-018-000.)
The Planning Division has received an application requesting modifications to two properties located within Truckee’s Historic Preservation Overlay District. One of the properties is the location of seven existing historic cottages; the second parcel is the location of an existing residence and garage. Both properties are rated as Category B (Contributory) historic resources in Truckee’s Historic Resource Inventory. (10199 and 10191 West River Street; APNs 019-130-006-000 and 019-130-050-000.)
The applicant is requesting review of an approximately 32,790 s.f. 21-room hotel, nine condo/hotels, 16-space valet parking garage, on-street parking, and restaurant with outdoor dining on the Truckee River located at 10002 and 10024 South River Street (APNs 019-140-001-000 and 019-140-002-000), a 0.62-acre site that consists of two parcels. This project is currently under review by the Planning Division.
The Truckee Springs Draft Master Plan includes 26.2 acres on the undeveloped property at the western end of South River Street, adjacent to the Truckee River. The majority of the property is within the Truckee River Master Plan Area and has a zoning designation of Downtown Master Plan (DMP). The remainder of the property has a zoning designation of Public Facilities (PF) and Downtown Single-family Residential (DRS-4). As proposed, the Master Plan envisions a looped road, riverside bike/ped trail, dedication of open space along the Truckee River, restoration of the historic ice pond, four single-family lots adjacent to the current homes on the river, and a potential for either 40 single-family residential units, 80 multi-family residential units, or 120 hotel/lodging units at the western end.
Recently approved projects:
The Raley's Grocery Store project includes a 40,000 sf grocery store with attached 12,000 sf of co-anchor retail and a 7,000 sf freestanding retail building (note that subsequent phases are contemplated with 65,000 sf of retail in four buildings); as part of the application, the developer is proposed to name the project “Soaring Ranch.” Infrastructure improvements include widening the Highway 267/Brockway Road/Soaring Way intersection to include right and left turn lanes, landscaping, sidewalks and construction of multi-use paved trails (Class I). The Planning Commission approved this project in January 2018.
The Capitol Avenue Development Grocery Store (Grocery Outlet) project includes a 16,147 square foot grocery store with 11,610 square feet of gross retail area, 4,537 square feet of gross storage area, a 900 square foot mezzanine, three workforce housing residential units, and 57 on-site parking spaces, six parking spaces within the Donner Pass Road right-of-way, and transit stop. The project was approved by the Planning Commission in April 2018.
The Truckee Art Haus is a 12,130 s.f. three-screen movie theater and performing arts theater in the Truckee Railyard Master Plan Area. The large auditorium is about 3,057 SF with 199 seats, the first small auditorium is 1,541 SF with 95 seats and the second small auditorium is 1,363 SF with 84 seats. The Planning Commission approved the project in March 2019.
The Truckee Artist Lofts was the first approved project within the Railyard Master Plan Area and was envisioned as a mixed use/mixed income neighborhood providing new high density housing Downtown. The applicants have been working to guide the project to construction and through this effort the project has evolved since the initial project approval in May 2016. Click here for more information.
High Altitude Fitness is a climbing gym facility at the corner of Donner Pass Road and Northwoods Boulevard, behind the Dickson Realty building. The application proposes a two-story, 43’10” tall, approximately 27,500 sq. ft. building (16,210 sq. ft. of ground floor space and 11,280 sq. ft. on the upper floor) featuring a rope climbing gym, bouldering area, and fitness studios/activities. An Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration was prepared for the proposed project; the public review period began on March 16, 2018 and ended on April 16, 2018. For additional information, please click here.
The Village at Gray’s Crossing is a mixed-use commercial, lodging, and residential development on approximately 14.29 acres, located in the Gray's Crossing Specific Plan Area. Previous approvals have expired. The application was submitted on November 28, 2017. The Planning Commission approved the project on August 20, 2019.
Coburn Crossing is a mixed-use project that includes a 71,090 s.f. three-story hotel with 114 rooms and five three-story apartment buildings with a total of 138 rental units at 10470 East Jibboom Street. The project was approved by the Town Council in January 2017. The project is currently under construction.
Located in Downtown Truckee, the Railyard project features a mixture of residential and commercial uses. A master plan for the Railyard project was adopted by the Truckee Town Council on June 17, 2009. Town Council adopted the Amended Truckee Railyard Master Plan in November, 2016.
Information on the land use applications currently being processed for three grocery stores in Truckee.