Sterling Gateway is a family limited partnership founded in 1999 by Theodore (Ted) K. Sterling (1901-2001), property owner and project applicant. The limited partners include Ted’s two daughters and six grandchildren. The general partner is Hunt Williams, grandson of Ted Sterling.
Ted Sterling assembled the 325 acres of land in the late 1950’s. VTTM 60257 proposes 222 single-family home sites on 151.8 acres of land.
Lot sizes are a minimum of 7,000 square feet and average 10,000 square feet or greater. The average lot size will be approx. 11,364 square feet.
CSD is short for the Castaic Area Community Standards District, which was adopted by Los Angeles County on November 17, 2004. The CSD was established to protect the rural character, unique appearance and natural resources of communities in the area.
The project was approved by the Castic Area Town Council in October 2018.
Yes, the project will exceed the requirements planned by the CSD.
The OVOV plan was adopted by Los Angeles County on December 12, 2012. This plan governs the use of land in the unincorporated areas of the Santa Clarita Valley, designating each parcel for a type of use (residential commercial, industrial, etc.) and the prescribed intensity of development allowed (dwelling units per acre).
Yes, the project complies with the land use and density guidelines of the OVOV plan.
Sterling Ranch Estates will be subject to a comprehensive environmental review and approval process, including public hearings with the County of Los Angeles. The EIR will take approximately 12 to 15 months to complete.
In addition to providing much needed new housing to the area, the project will provide a passive Community Park, small pocket park, small Commercial Center, the re-design and construction of Del Valle Road, and service and access to hiking trails and natural open space.