VistaCommunity Twelve East Vista Way Current Building Projects February 6, 2019 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Rancho Lomas Verdes- Annexation, specific plan, 153 Residential Lots, one acre minimum on approximately 300 acres, East side of E. Vista Way,,south of Gopher Canyon Road - Pending Review There are 77 Projects in the City of Vista Planning Projects Pipeline. The following are twelve projects along East Vista Way from Civic Center Drive to Gopher Canyon Road. Monarch Buena Vista Apts, 751 E Vista Way (formerly Sycamore Creek Mobile Home Park, 179 Residential Apt Units, (left is WildWood Park and right will connect to Brengle Terrace Park)-Under Construction End of 2019-early 2020 Taco Bell, 2077 sq ft building expansion, including Drive-Thru, 910 E Vista Way – Pending Review Self Storage – Plan for 111,614 sq ft facility with retail space, office space, and a managers unit. 1100 E Vista Way (formerly Security Chevrolet) Approved Enclave @ Delpy Corner, 124 Townhome Units, 1155 Foothill Dr., SE corner of Foothill and E. Vista Way – Under Construction The Vista Terrace Marketplace, (formerly Jazzercise) two storefronts. SportAbout is the building in the rear, which will be Dunkin Donuts-Project Approved Sprouts, 1400 E Vista Way (adjacent to LaBota Liquor), (Grace Presbyterian Neighborhood Church in the background). Approximately 26,000 sq ft grocery store on 2.89 acres. – Approved, under construction. Vista Monte Mar Center, Hesperia Outpost, Retail, Car Wash, Restaurant, Adjacent to USPS, 1401 E Vista Way & Monte Mar-Pending Review Taylor Vista Apartments, 1858 E Vista Way, Old Taylor & E Vista Way adjacent to Vista Fire Station #3, across from Vista Elks. Pending Review Nassar Homes 2060 E Vista Way, 22 Condominium units on 1.5 acre site – Pending Review Rancho Lomas Verdes- Annexation, specific plan, 153 Residential Lots, one acre minimum on approximately 300 acres, East side of E. Vista Way,,south of Gopher Canyon Road – Pending Review Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Back Page Vista Chamber of Commerce Announces New CEO Community Planting the Seed: Vista, a Growing Hub for Organic Farms and Sustainable Agriculture Oceanside 30 San Diegans Have Died from Influenza LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.