Both proposals retain the historic winery “sheds” and reuse them into new dining, shopping, living, and micro-winery uses. Both have office space components, and both have residential rental units. The Cooper’s Row proposal includes a hotel, while the CORE Village proposal includes affordable housing. CORE, which is a non-profit affordable housing provider, would also locate its corporate headquarters on site and provide training in the property management field for its own employees and others, in partnership with Chaffey College. Cooper’s Row site plan creates a walkable neighborhood on the site. 

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