The 102-acre oak-and-granite studded parcel east of Ridgeview Drive lies hidden between Gillette Drive and Wilson Boulevard. Called Pedregal, it is designated for high density residential development in the county General Plan, but Howard proposes just 56 homes beneath the ridge, all set back on large lots, almost completely out of sight from their Ridgeview neighbors.
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He also proposes an upscale multi-family lot on El Dorado Hills Boulevard, likely an apartment complex compatible with those currently on either side.