The proposed project would develop an 88-unit high density residential complex on a 4.36 acre hillside property. A total of seven individual buildings would be constructed with a height ranging from three to four stories. The 88 total units would consist of 14 one-bedroom units and 74 two-bedroom units. Parking would be provided on-site in subterranean garages with 174 residential stalls and 18 guest stalls. The proposed project would require a General Plan Amendment to amend the General Plan Land Use Map from Medium-Density Residential and Public to High-Density Residential. The project would also require a Rezoning to amend the Zoning Map from R-2 and PF to R-4 with a Planned Development (PD) overlay.
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