The details were extrapolated from the sketchy 2019 plans
which do not provide details such as square footage and floor plans.
As a high-density, commercial facility at the entrance to a National Park,
this bike ranch sets a dangerous precedent for Pima County, Arizona and the nation.
And also sets a precedent within low-density single family homes in the Buffer Zone
• 33 buildings - 49 rooms - 106 beds - 196 occupancy
(beds and occupancy are estimated, developer did not provide details)
• 60-plus employees
• 19.26 total acres.
• 25.5 ACRES LEFT FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT
• 5.85 acres open space (includes 40-foot-wide buffer along east, west and northwest lot lines).
• 13.41 acre building footprint.
• 33 buildings (18 of them two-story) on 13.41 acres.
• Current use: 1 dwelling per 3.3 acres.
• Proposed: 8.6 buildings per 3.3 acres.
• Almost 9 times current density.
• Or, 2.46 buildings per acre.
• SEVENTEEN, TWO-STORY, 25-FEET-HIGH buildings.
• ELEVEN, ONE-STORY buildings, TEN AT 20 FEET and ONE AT 24 FEET.
• ONE, TWO-STORY, 30-FEET-HIGH building, open to public, multi-purpose building with cafe (possibly with bar), bike rentals/repair/sales, and meeting rooms.
• Guest-only building with restaurant, lounge, bar, meetings rooms, and resort’s laundry.
• Reception building.
• Management office.
• Maintenance building.
• Loading zone.
• Maintenance yard.
• Three septic fields.
• Outdoor eating area.
• 79 PAVED parking spots
• 817 FOOT long, 26-foot-wide, PAVED fire lane.
• 1400 feet (approximate) of LIGHTED SIDEWALKS.
• 1100 FOOT WALL (approximate); solid, four-foot-high, running west from Old Spanish Trail.