GP: Medium Density Residential / Neighborhood Commercial
Z: Neighborhood Business (C1)
Redevelopment of the existing 71,570 square foot Pinole Valley Shopping Center, adjacent to Pinole Creek, would include demolition of the 25,000 square foot structure and a 10,000 square foot multiple unit commercial building located parallel to the I-80 embankment. An additional commercial building, two gas stations and a dry cleaner were previously demolished on the site. Redevelopment would involve the construction of four new commercial buildings on the sites of the demolished buildings. New construction includes a 12,000 square foot building housing a a major grocery store tenant and a 14,820 square-feet building for a major drug store tenant with drive-through pharmcacy service. Two additional multiple unit commercial buildings will be added to the site at 12,150 and 2,450 square feet each. The total proposed shopping center would be approximately 54,900 square feet in area. The existing shopping center parking lot abutting Pinole Valley road would be reconfigured to accommodate a minimum of 300 parking spaces. The project involves construction of four new commercial buildings (totaling 41,420 square feet) in the existing Pinole Valley Shopping Center. With the three existing commercial buildings, the total proposed square footage of the shopping center is approximately 64,880 square feet.
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Commercial (Sq. Ft. 64,884)
Use Permit, Redevelopment
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