Existing Santa Anita Inn, General Commercial (C-2), Commercial-Downtown Overlay (FAR 1.0), Overlay H-8 (95 feet or 8 stories)
The Seabiscuit Pacifica Specific Plan proposes to construct two hotels, a Marriott Residence Inn and Fairfield Inn and Suites, wish a total of 210 rooms or units, and a hotel condominium tower with 50 units. The project is intended to continue to provide lodging for guests and workers of Santa Anita Park as well as other visitors to the City. The project will be completed in two phases - Phase I will consist of the two hotels with hotel surface parking, plus a portion of the existing Santa Anita Inn will remain in service until Phase 2 has begun. Phase 2 will consist of the hotel condominium tower, garage parking, and condo surface parking. The Residence Inn will have six floors with a maximum height of 80 feet. The Fairfield Inn and Suites will have four floors with a maximum height of 60 feet. During Phase 1, surface parking with 211 spaces for both hotels will also be developed. In Phase 2, the hotel condominium tower will have eight floors and include 9 townhouses, 36 condos, 5 penthouses, and subterranean parking. The condominium tower will have a maximum height of 98 feet including the penthouse architecture. During Phase 1, a portion of the existing hotel will be demolished, but 63 units will remain in operation until the start of Phase 2 construction, at which time the remaining hotel buildings will be demolished.
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