Current Projects

The Landing at Tahoe Cabins AdditionThe Landing Resort and Spa4104 Lakeshore Blvd.

Construction of nine cabins containing seventeen tourist units.

941 Emerald Bay Road Mixed-Use Project941 Emerald Bay Road Mixed-Use Project941 Emerald Bay Rd.

4,000 square foot mixed-use project that will consist of a health care facility, commercial retail space and three second-floor live-work residential units.

Kent Wine Tasting and Caretaker ResidenceKent Wine Tasting and Caretaker Residence821 Stateline Ave.

Construction of a wine tasting room and caretaker residence on a vacant 8,253 square foot parcel.

Silver Dollar Residences
Silver Dollar Residences941 Silver Dollar Ave

New multi-family residential development containing 23 units.

Tourist Core Area Plan AmendmentTourist Core Area Plan Amendment3828 Montreal Road

HVR Acquisitions has submitted an amendment application to rezone two parcels located within the boundary of the Tourist Core Area Plan from Recreation to Tourist Center Mixed-Use.

56-Acre Park Master Plan56-Acre Park Master PlanVicinity of Lake Tahoe Blvd/Rufus Allen Blvd/Lyons Ave 

Development of the 56-Acre Park Master Plan is a collaborative effort of the City of South Lake Tahoe, El Dorado County and the California Tahoe Conservancy. 

Residential Design StandardsResidential Development and Design StandardsCitywide within residential Plan Areas

A draft of the objective residential development and design standards. 

Hosted Rental OrdinanceHosted Rental OrdinanceCity-Wide

The City Council has directed staff to draft an ordinance to regulate shared vacation rentals.

Hampton Inn and SuitesHampton Inn and Suites3838 Lake Tahoe Blvd

The new Hampton Inn will contain 120 hotel rooms, a restaurant, and a pool.

933 Poplar St. 933 Poplar Street933 Poplar St.

Demolition of Tahoe Villa Motel and reconstruction of a new 20-unit hotel.

Sugar Pine VillageSugar Pine Village860 Lake Tahoe Blvd and 1029 Tata Lane

248-unit affordable housing project that is proposed as a result of the California Governor’s Executive Order N-06-19.