Zoning: Downtown Primary Commercial; General Plan designation: Downtown
The applicant seeks a Site Development Permit to allow the demolition of an existing residence and a three-story apartment building, and the construction of an 18-story mixed-use building consisting of 218 dwelling units, approximately 1,345 square feet of commercial use, and approximately 12,381 square feet of a public eating establishment on a 0.52 gross acre site.
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Residential (Units 218), Commercial (Sq. Ft. 1,345), Other (Retail (Restaurant) 12,381 sq. ft.)
Site Plan, Redevelopment
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