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Vila Borba
Project Overview
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Kim Zuppiger
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Community Development Department
14000 City Center Dr.
Chino Hills, CA 91709

Ph: (909) 364-2761
Fax: (909) 364-2795

Vila Borba (Tentative Tract Maps 15989; 16413; 16338; 16414) is located west and east of Butterfield Ranch Road, near Pine Avenue. Vila Borba is comprised of 336 acres and contains four planning areas that include the following:

  • Tract 15989 (Planning Area 1): 183 single-family homes, 5+ acres of public park.
  • Tract 16413 (Planning Area 2): 19 single-family homes.
  • Tract 16338 (Planning Area 3): 149 single-family homes.
  • Tract 16414 (Planning Area 4): 280 high-density homes, 5 acres of commercial (Lennar, the developer, proposes to develop the entire site with approximately 183 townhomes)


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Tract 15989 (Planning Area 1) -  This tract includes 183 single-family homes with two different architectural products (Serena and Montarra) and a 5-acre community park that includes a small and large dog park and a trail system. “Serena I” consists of 92 units with three (3) different elevations: Spanish, Italian and Craftsman. “Montarra I” consists of 91 units with four (4) different elevations: Spanish, Cottage, Italianate and Monterey. Development of this tract is nearly complete with 6 homes pending construction.  

Tract 16338 (Planning Area 2) -  This tract includes 183 single-family homes with two different architectural products (Serena and Montarra). A total of 149 two-story, single and this tract is completely developed.

Tract 16413 (Planning Area 3) -  This tract includes 19 two-story, single-family detached homes that will be developed (same architectural product as T 15989). This tract will consist entirely of Montarra II homes that will range from 3,333 to 3,787 square feet. These homes will feature a three-car garage. No construction has begun on this tract.

Tract 16414 (Planning Area 4) - The developer, Lennar, has proposed a Specific Plan which would change zoning and land use designation from multifamily (280 units) and a 5-acre commercial area to allow development of two new residential neighborhoods. No construction has begun on this tract. Lennar, the developer, proposes to develop the entire site with 183 townhomes and plans are pending submittal.