Plans for StoneGate, a 10-year build-out, multi-phased master planned community located on the north side of Peavine Mountain in Reno, were recently submitted.
The development will be located near the California-Nevada border on the south side of U.S. 395 past the Red Rock Boulevard exist.
The City of Reno Planning Department will review the project and make its recommendation to the Planning Commission and City Council. During the review process, StoneGate will be conducting public meetings and presenting details on the new development.
“We are excited to submit this PUD Handbook to the City and mark the beginning of the public approval process,” said Angela Fuss, project planner for the StoneGate development team. “Our vision is to cultivate a community that will aid in meeting the housing demands created by Nevada’s successful economic development policies.”
StoneGate, a 1,378-acre master planned community, will be northern Nevada’s first development to maximize water re-use, according to the developers. Homes of varying sizes will be built along the mountain and valley contours.
The project will include 3,815 single-family homes and 320 multi-family homes.