The Brighton Gardens entitlement, originally approved in 1999, allows the construction of a new assisted living facility for senior citizens on a 4.57-acre lot located within the City's Institutional zoning district. The revisions proposed by BelmontCorp involve no changes to the height of the structure (which remains a three-story structure measuring 35 feet above finished grade), nor the number of units (a total of 122 units, of which 98 units will be used for assisted living and 24 will be used for dementia units). The modifications proposed by the applicant consist of: an increase in the structure's floor area from 74,774 square feet to 92,950 sf; a reduction in the total length of the building along Crestridge Road by 17 feet; an increase in the total depth of the building by 18 feet; and, an increase in the amount of grading from 160,000 cubic yards to 163,060 cubic yards of cut, 73,560 cubic yards of fill and 15,940 cubic yard of export. The Brighton Gardens project had balanced grading of 68,660 cubic yards of cut and 68,660 cubic yards of fill. Pursuant to Section 17.78.040 of the City's Municipal Code, the project modifications require City Council approval of a revision to existing Conditional Use Permit No. 195 and Grading Permit No. 1903. The City has determined that the proposed modifications required certification of a Supplement to FEIR No. 27, which will be referred to herein as the BelmontCorp Supplement.
Rezone, Use Permit, Use Permit: No. 210, Other Action: Grading Permit
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