An existing Safeway and Walgreen's store, a Wells Fargo Bank (vacant), and two City Parking Lots ("K" and "L") currently occupy the project site.
The proposed project includes demolition of three existing structures on the site (Safeway, Walgreens, and Wells Fargo Bank), and development of a combined Safeway, Walgreens, Wells Fargo Bank, and various small retail shops within one structure on the property. In total, 55,179 sf of commercial structures would be demolished and a new commercial structure (consisting of a 16,600 sf Walgreens, a 50,291 sf Safeway and 2,856 sf of ancillary retail shops facing Primrose Road), would be constructed, resulting in a net addition of 14,568 sf of new commercial space to the site. The total new building area would be 69,747 sf. In order to facilitate the proposed project, the five Safeway-owned parcels and two city-owned parcels now used as public parking lots (Lot "K" with 27,237 sf and Lot L with 7,048 sf) would be consolidated and reconfigured within the project site and a 34,285 sf city parking lot created.
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