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Project Areas


Arlington Project Area

Contains: 1,235 acres

Established: November 28, 1978

Land Uses: rimarily residential and commercial straddling State Highway 91

Includes: Portion of the Riverside Auto Center

Located:Southwest portion of the City in Wards 3, 4, 5 and 6

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Casa Blanca Project Area

Contains: 725 acres

Established: November 9, 1976

Land Uses: Primarily residential and industrial and adjacent to State Highway 91

Includes: Portion of the Riverside Auto Center

Located:South central portion of the City in Ward 4

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Downtown Project Area

Contains: 700 acres

Established: November 16, 1971, the longest established existing Project Area

Land Uses: Primarily institutional, commercial, office and some industrial adjacent to State Highways 60 and 91

Includes: Historic downtown, landmark historic structures, the Mission Inn, Fox Theater Performing Arts Center, as well as the Riverside Convention Center, City Hall, County Administrative and Justice Centers, and Riverside Community Hospital

Located:Northwestern portion of the City in Ward 1

Other: Merged with the Airport Project Area

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Hunter Park/Northside Project Area

Contains: 2,636 acres

Established: June 24, 2003

Land Uses: Primarily industrial with some office and commercial and straddles State Highways 60 and 91 and Interstate 215

Located: Northern portion of the City in Ward 1

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La Sierra/Arlanza Project Area

Contains: 6,424 acres, the largest Project Area

Established: July 13, 2004, the newest Project Area

Land Uses: Primarily residential with some commercial and limited industrial and straddles State Highway 91

Includes: La Sierra University and The Galleria at Tyler regional shopping center

Located:Southwest portion of the City in Wards 5, 6 and 7

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Magnolia Center Project Area

Contains: 475 acres, the smallest Project Area

Established: July 14, 1998

Land Uses: Primarily commercial and office with some residential and straddles State Route 91

Includes: Riverside Plaza regional shopping center

Located:: Center of the City in Wards 3 and 4

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Sycamore Canyon Project Area

Contains: 1,334 acres

Established: December 20, 1983

Land Uses: Primarily industrial and office and straddles Interstate 215 and includes a portion of Sycamore Canyon Regional Park

Includes: Eastern portion of the City in Ward 2

Located:Merged with the University Corridor Project Area

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University Corridor Project Area

Contains: 1,012 acres

Established: October 25, 1977

Land Uses: Mixed residential, institutional, commercial, and industrial and is adjacent to State Routes 60 and 91 and Interstate 215 immediately west and north of the University of California, Riverside

Includes: Downtown Metrolink Station

Located:North center portion of the City in Ward 1 and 2

Other:Merged with the Sycamore Canyon Project Area

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