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  • Adheres to the guidelines set forth in the Truckee Railyard Master Plan

  • Designed to look and feel very “Truckee”

  • Buildings will be set back from the sidewalk and articulated to create a more open feel

  • Entire project is designed to encourage walkability

  • Provides wide walking trails, meandering landscaped walkways, a public park and gathering spaces

  • Responsible design that minimizes excavation and grading,  and allows for better management of underground utilities, snow storage and emergency access

  • Church Street extends to a new roundabout connecting to Glenshire Drive

  • Trout Creek will be restored to its natural beauty



  • The East End plays a critical role in being a part of Truckee’s housing solution

  • Project adds to Truckee’s overall housing supply with a mix of product types

  • Offers variety within three distinct housing options: Creekside Village, Heritage Village, and The Landing

  • 298 total housing units (157 for-sale units and 141 rental units)

  • Rental housing will address the needs of the “missing middle”

  • 22,000 square feet of ground floor restaurant and retail space

  • Retail spaces are intentionally small in size - intended to attract and provide an array of local businesses who serve the needs of local patrons

  • Storage lockers for bikes, skis, paddleboards, etc. with e-bike charging is integrated into the building design

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