Baker Creek subdivision is a 138-acre Mixed Use Master Plan project located in McMinnville, Oregon. 102 acres of the plat are within the city limits and the balance are to remain farm land, wetlands and open space to benefit the property and its residents. With an anticipated 449 total single family residential lots (of which 208 already approved), plus over 175 multi-family units, and approximately 4 acres of commercial property making up the entire mixed use plat. The project is situated at the corner of Baker Creek and Hill Roads. The City of McMinnville has completed a project to widen and improve Hill Rd. at no cost to the development. These city-initiated improvements represent a significant savings making it so that the plats have zero required off-site improvements.
Images taken May 24 2018
McMinnville is at the confluence of the North and South Forks of the Yamhill River in the Willamette Valley. The city is home to Oregon Mutual Insurance Company, Linfield College, Cascade Steel, a (Schnitzer Steel Industries company), Organic Valley creamery, Wings and Waves Waterpark, and Evergreen Aviation Museum home of Howard Hughes' famed Spruce Goose flying boat. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia). The climate is moderate and not far from the Oregon Coast. Enjoy plenty of outdoor activities, historic downtown area and shopping opportunities. We look forward to seeing this project come to life. Thank you for welcoming us to McMinnville.
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