GP: Service Commercial
Z: SC:PD-HP: Service Commercial with Planned Development and Historic Preservation
On May 23, 2006 the St. Helena City Council approved entitlements to convert the +/-/ 3.38 acre Grandview property containing +/- 40 existing multi-family apartments into a mixed-use commercial inn and residential project containing a 35-room inn with 22 studio apartments. One of the mitigation measures required that the studio apartments were to be rented as affordable units to qualified tenants.
A Use Permit Amendment application was submitted by the owners, 1915 Main Street Associates, and new project applicants, Jeff Feeney and Todd White on April 16, 2010. The requested amendment is to allow a project revision that would increase the number of hotel rooms to 57 and would eliminate the 22 studio apartments. An enhanced Housing Impact fee to the City of St. Helena Housing Trust Fund would be made to supplement the construction of affordable housing at another site.
The property was rezoned MR: Medium Density Residential to SC: PD-HP: Service Commercial with Planned Development and Historic Preservation Overlay in 2006 (Ordinance 2006-4). The PD zoning is tied to a specific project description and development plan. The development plan is not changing, but the project description is changing. The PD overlay zoning must be re-adopted if the new project (elimination of on site affordable housing) is approved.
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