Land Use: Industrial, Manufacturing, Commercial, Transportation facilities. Zoning: Light Industrial, General Commercial. General Plan: General Commercial, Transit-Oriented Mixed Use.
The City of San Jose Redevelopment Agency is considering the development of a major league baseball stadium, a parking structure and a future commercial development site.
The project would reconfigure the 17 existing parcels in order to develop an approximately 706,800 square foot major league baseball stadium. Maximum capacity of the stadium would be 45,000 patrons. The baseball stadium, including all scoreboards, would have a maximum height of 200 feet. The lighting structures could exceed 200 feet in height.
As part of the proposed project, an approximately five-story, 1,200-space parking structure is proposed south of the stadium, south of Park Avenue. A pedestrian bridge crossing Park Avenue would connect the stadium and parking structure. Access to the parking structure would be provided from Park Avenue and South Autumn Street.
The project may also include the relocation of a PG&E substation currently located on the stadium site to a different location on the stadium site or to a location near or adjacent to the proposed parking facility on the south side of Park Avenue.
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