The proposed project would demolish all the existing buildings on-site and redevelop the site with a new two-story Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center. The two-story Adult Rehabilitation Center would be developed on the 1660 11th Street parcel. The ground floor would include a thrift retail shop and accessory office, warehouse, and manufacturing uses. The second floor would include six private bedrooms providing six beds and eight community bedrooms providing 80 beds for a total of 86 beds. The new building would have a maximum height of approximately 35 feet as measured from average natural grade and would comprise a total of 60,478 s.f. of space. A below level parking garage would provide parking for 85 spaces. The existing 1665 10th Street parcel would be replaced with a surface parking lot providing 9 spaces.
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