When North Coast purchased the Seminary, it came with certain rights and restrictions all of which are codified in the Strawberry Community Plan and the Seminary Master Plan. These documents give them the right to run a college-level seminary and to have up to 300 units of housing to accommodate the seminary’s students and faculty. These documents also restrict them to using the purchased land to these same narrow uses.
In other words, neither a commuter school nor 300 units of free market rental townhomes are allowed under the current agreements with the community and County.
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