Vacant / R-1-65 - Single Family Residential / RHD -- High Density Residential
The applicant is proposing to establish a 41-unit residential condominium project on the subject site, consisting of two parcels totaling 1.88 acres, located on the northerly side of Magnolia Avenue between Fillmore street and an on-ramp to the westbound Riverside (91) freeway. Two unit types are proposed within the project, both of which are two stories and have attached two-car garages. Unit A is proposed with a liveable unit size of 1,177 square feet while Unit B would have a liveable unit size of 1,250 square feet. A 146 square-foot ground floor Patio area on the non-garage side of each unit. A common usable open space area is proposed near the center of the project site, which would include a 400 square-foot recreation building, a pool and a children's play area (tot-lot). A number of variances are necessary to facilitate the project as proposed, including, but not limited to, reductions in the amount of required common usable open space, private usable open space, no Recreational Vehicle storage area, an encroachment into the building setback along Magnolia Avenue and to allow two-story multiple family residences with 50 feet of a single family residence easterly of the project site.
In conjunction with the proposed Tract Map, the applicant is proposing to rezone the two parent parcels from the R-1-65 (Single Family Residential) Zone to the R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) Zone. The purpose of the rezoning request is to provide consistency between the zoning and the City's General Plan designation of RHD (High Density Residential) for the site and to facilitate the development of the proposed condominium project. The site plan and building elevations will be required to be reviewed by the Design Review Board prior to the issuance of building permits for any development of the property.
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