Development project in Southwest Bakersfield revised

Company now plans to build homes instead of condos in southwest lot.
BAKERSFIELD, CA- A once controversial condominium project slated for Southwest Bakersfield has been revised and will be up for discussion at the Bakersfield Planning Commission meeting Thursday.

Black Opps Real Estate initially wanted to build apartments in the River Run neighborhood dominated by single family homes.  Then the company switched to a 100-unit condo complex.

However, some neighbors complained the condos and apartments were incompatible with existing homes.

Black Opps withdrew the original plan in July.

Now the plan calls for 53-single family homes at the southwest corner of River Run Boulevard and Elkhorn Creek Lane.

The company has also rebranded itself as Kern Land Partners.

The city planning commission meeting is Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall South on Truxtun Avenue.
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