The Wednesday, January 8, 2014 // Lamorinda Patch reports that the subdivision would contain open space and a 2.5-acre park. The Moraga Planning Commission gave the go-ahead Monday night to the proposed Camino Ricardo Subdivision, a 26-home subdivision near the Moraga Shopping Center. The project still has a development agreement that includes trails, bridges and other amenities that must be approved by the Town Council.
The council would only vote on the subdivision plans if someone appeals the commission’s approval.
The Camino Ricardo subdivision will be built by SummerHill Homes. The homes would range in size from 2,500 square feet to 3,200 square feet. There would be three architectural styles.
The 26 homes to be built in the Camino Ricardo Subdivision would be constructed on the western half of a 14.2 acre site along Camino Ricardo just east of Moraga Way.
Eight acres of the property would be designated as open space, including a 2.5-acre park. The proposal also calls for trails, bridges over two creeks and a sidewalk down Camino Ricardo to Moraga Way.