Grover Beach Planning Commission approves Grossman’s mixed-use development

October 9, 2023


The Grover Beach Planning Commission voted 5-0 last week to approve a four-story, mixed use development in the heart of the South County city.

Developer Gary Grossman’s Coastal Community Builders plans to construct two four-story buildings on a 1.38-acre lot located at the northeast corner of W. Grand Avenue and 4th Street. The proposed development includes 59 condos ranging from 595-square-foot studios to 1,300-square-foot three bedroom units.

Plans also call for 6,900 square feet of commercial space on the ground level for retail or restaurant use. Outdoor dining space is planned along W. Grand Avenue, N. 4th Street and N. 5th Street. 

Additional amenities include rooftop space, a pet relief area and landscaping. Plans include 80 onsite parking spaces, and 22 spaces offsite would be credited toward the project.

Construction is slated to begin in the first quarter of 2024.

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Adam Hill’s best buddy. What could possibly go wrong?

Exactly the kind of smart development every SLO county community needs more of. Nothing on that corner today – in a couple years there will be single professionals and young families living there, and new businesses bringing prosperity to the area. I love the free market.

Does the 5CFA has equipment to deal with 4 story emergencies?

Must be nice to be rich.

Glad to hear it! That space is in need of improvements!