A pair of projects – an upscale liquor and a fitness club – could soon fill out the remaining parcels of the Ripon Crossing shopping center.
At the recent Ripon Planning Commission, Planning Director Ken Zuidervaart indicated that a public hearing on a request to build a 7,498 square foot building to accommodate an upscale liquor and spirits store is scheduled for the July 18 meeting.
That’s the same project that went before Commissioners at the February meeting. Commissioners opted to postpone the site plan permit due to parking concerns.
“The applicant is planning a BevMo-type (liquor) store,” said Zuidervaart, referring to Beverages & More, featuring the latest in spirits, wine and craft beers.
The previous plan called for a multi-tenant commercial building in the same location at 798 N. Jack Tone Dr., next to Tractor Supply and adjacent to Les Schwab Tires.
“A project down the pipeline for August is the fitness club, which is the last parcel (in Ripon Crossing),” Zuidervaart said.
Ride 209 Fitness and Recovery Studio is currently located at 1475 Moffat Blvd. in Manteca, and offers more than 60 classes a week, including indoor cycling, HIIT, strength training, Pilates reformer, barre, boxing and various types of yoga.
The fitness club is looking to move into the space at 720 N. Jack Tone Rd., near Canal Drive and across from the new Happy Daze RV Dealership.
The future of Ride 209 is a 25,554 square foot fitness facility.