Category: Temecula

Hotel, condo project pitched for vacant Old Town lot

Four-story building could feature condos on the fourth floor, unless the city approves an amendment to the Old Town Specific Plan.

Japanese company opening bowling alley, arcade in Temecula mall

Round One Entertainment is taking over space in the Sears building, which is being redeveloped.

Old Town Temecula getting new restaurants, indoor farmers market

Planning Commission this week approved Bernie Truax's development plan for the parcels that bracket Town Square park.

More Temecula parks getting Measure S makeovers

Vail Ranch Park, Veteran's Park and Sunset Park are next up on the city's "to-do" list.

Pechanga buying 305-acre Temecula Creek Inn property

Tribe plans to maintain operations as they are today, does not intend to pursue controversial expansion plan that called for new housing and a new configuration of the 27-hole golf course.

Developer proposing new housing tract for Nicolas Valley land

Tustin-based firm has drawn up a 49-home tract for 30-acre parcel.

Raising Cane’s coming to town

It will be the first location for the chain in the Temecula Valley.

Old Town nature center won’t cause extinction of mountain lions, developer contends

A small nature center at the southern tip of the 270-acre Altair property won’t cause the extinction of local mountain lions, according to the San Diego developer that wants to build a series of villages in the foothills west of Old Town Temecula. “Construction of the I-15 freeway decades ago is what isolated this population ...

What should district do with the Vail Lake RV park?

Rancho Water board mulling options, including leasing it to a company or making multi-million dollar upgrades to the property and bringing in a vendor to run it on a concession agreement.

Old Town housing development would put mountain lions at risk, scar hillside, lawsuit contends

Environmentalists followed through with threat to sue the city of Temecula to block 1,750-unit Altair housing development.