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Pebble Beach Company

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File number (s): PLN100138
Location:
(Vicinity Map:)
Throughout Pebble Beach
Assessor's Parcel Number (s): 007-091-028-000, 007-091-033-000, 007-101-041-000, 007-991-001-000, 008-021-009-000, 008-022-024-000, 008-022-031-000, 008-022-035-000, 008-031-014-000, 008-031-015-000, 008-031-019-000, 008-032-004-000, 008-032-005-000, 008-032-006-000, 008-032-007-000, 008-034-001-000, 008-041-009-000, 008-163-001-000, 008-163-003-000, 008-163-005-000, 008-164-001-000, 008-165-001-000, 008-171-009-000, 008-171-022-000, 008-241-008-000, 008-242-007-000, 008-272-010-000, 008-272-011-000, 008-311-011-000, 008-312-002-000, 008-313-002-000, 008-313-003-000, 008-321-006-000, 008-321-007-000, 008-321-008-000, 008-321-009-000, 008-423-002-000, 008-423-019-000, 008-423-029-000, 008-423-030-000, 008-431-009-000, 008-561-020-000, and 008-991-001-000
Planning Area: Greater Monterey Peninsula Area Plan (Inland) and the Del Monte Forest Land Use Plan (Coastal Zone)
Planner: Joe Sidor, Associate Planner, (831) 755-5262
Current Status: Condition Compliance
Environmental Status: Final Environmental Impact Report
Project Description: Local Coastal Program (LCP) Amendments to the text and policies of the Del Monte Forest Land Use Plan and Coastal Implementation Plan, including land use re-designations and zoning re-classifications at multiple locations.

The project consists of the build-out development and preservation of the remaining undeveloped Pebble Beach Company properties located within the Del Monte Forest. The project would allow the renovation and expansion of visitor serving uses, creation of 90 to 100 single-family residential lots, and preservation of 635 acres as primarily forested open space.
The proposed development would result in new construction at four primary sites - The Lodge at Pebble Beach, The Inn at Spanish Bay, Spyglass Hill, and the Pebble Beach Equestrian Center; consisting of the following:

The Lodge at Pebble Beach - Renovation and expansion of visitor-serving and recreational facilities to include the addition of hospitality and meeting space; relocation of the Pebble Beach Golf Links Driving Range; and construction of 60 visitor-serving guestrooms;

The Inn at Spanish Bay - Renovation and expansion of visitor-serving and recreational facilities, to include the addition of hospitality and meeting space; construction of 40 visitor-serving guestrooms; and construction of a surface parking lot that would provide approximately 285 parking spaces.

Spyglass Hill - Construction of a 100-room resort and spa to include the addition of hospitality and meeting space, a restaurant, a 17,000 square foot spa with underground parking for approximately 40 vehicles; construction of a parking facility with one level at grade and two levels below grade to accommodate 301 vehicles, and other ancillary facilities. An alternative option would result in the subdivision of this area into 10 single-family residential lots.

Pebble Beach Equestrian Center - Site redevelopment consisting of demolition of the existing equestrian facilities and construction of new equestrian facilities to include a covered arena, employee housing, barns and stalls, vehicle storage, interior roadway, parking, and accessory structures.

Additionally, the proposed development would result in the relocation of existing trails and construction of new trails segments; construction/installation of internal roadway, circulation, and drainage improvements at four intersections (Congress Road and 17-Mile Drive; Congress Road and Lopez Road; and Sunridge Road and Lopez Road; and Portola Road and Stevenson Drive); and the reconfiguration/reconstruction of the main entrance/gate to the Pebble Beach/Del Monte Forest area at the Highway 1/Highway 68/17-Mile Drive intersection. The applicant proposes to pay an in-lieu fee for the required inclusionary housing units.
Key Dates:

 

  • Board of Supervisors Hearing – June 19, 2015
  • Board of Supervisors Hearing – May 22, 2012
  • Board of Supervisors Hearing – January 24, 2012
  • Final EIR – April 2012
  • Draft EIR – November 2011
Reports/Documents:
Related Links: Pebble Beach Inclusionary Housing – PLN130447

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