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Last week, Mission City Council approved Block Real Estate Services LLC’s pre-development plans for apartments on a former JCPenney call center site.

On Wednesday, the developer received unanimous approval of its pre-development plans, which include a $10,000 fund to reimburse the city for council services and district tax increment funding to help pay for the costs of construction.

Block plans to build a four- to five-story, 307-unit apartment building on a 5-acre site at 5665 Foxridge Drive. The site includes a 39,825-square-foot, one-story former call center that was built in 1970 and sat vacant for more than a decade, according to city documents.

The building will include studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom options, an outdoor pool and courtyard, fitness center, bocce court, putting green and pickleball court, among other amenities, according to building documents. the city.

A final development agreement will be presented to the Planning Commission and City Council later this year.