Photo by City of HemetAn artistic rendering of Santa Fe Pointe, a development on the northwest corner of Menlo Avenue and Santa Fe Street. The development is approved as a 241-unit multiple family condominium complex but may become apartments. ■ Matt McPherson / Columnist An emphasis towards millennials and blue collar incomes seem to be fueling the residential concepts within the valley. Multiple sites have been approved by the council and planning commission to move forward, ranging from affordable, all-inclusive condominium communities to good size move-up housing and quality homes. At a recent Hemet/San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce First Friday event, Hemet City Manager Alex Meyerhoff provided insight on some eagerly-awaited
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