Members of the Rancho Santa Fe community have eagerly awaited a replacement for the Stump's Village Market since it closed last year. Story poles were erected over the summer to identify the proposed site, which would replace the existing RSF Gas Station. The Association Board is expected to make a final decision on the project next month.
The RSF Review reports:
The Covenant Design Review Committee (CDRC) unanimously recommended approval of the proposed new Gateway project in the Rancho Santa Fe village at its Oct. 18 meeting. The two-story, 27,017-square- foot building would replace the existing gas station with a market, office and retail, courtyards and open space.
CDRC member Bill Cardon said the project has evolved in a positive way since they started reviewing it back in 2013; board member Hilary Broyles echoed that the developers have responded to every request made over the course of nine public meetings.