Scientific Research / Zoning: Industrial Park (IP-1-1) / General Plan Designation: Industrial
A Community Plan Amendment (CPA) to allow an increase in the development intensity of Scientific Research, a Site Development Permit (SDP) and a Neighborhood Development Permit (NDP) to construct up to three, multi-story scientific and research buildings totaling 276,600 sq. ft. and up to three parking structures. The development would occur within the portion of the project site zoned IP-1-1. The project would also construction various site improvements, which includes retaining walls, hardscape, and landscaping. The project would achieve a Leadership in energy and Environmental Design (LEED) silver Certification. The developed 41.67-acre project is located at 10300 Campus Point Drive. The project site is designated Scientific Research and is zoned IP-1-1 (Industrial - Park, allows research and development uses with some limited manufacturing), RS-1-7 (Residential--Single Unit, which requires minimum 5,000-sq.ft. lots), and RS-1-14 (Residential--Single Unity, which requires minimum 5,000-sq.ft. lots). In addition, project site is within the Campus Parking Impact Overlay Zones, Community Plan Implementation Overlay Zone (CPIOZ) Areas "A" & "B" of the University Community Plan, Airport Land Use Compatibility Overlay Zone for Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar and Airport Environs Overlay Zone, Airport Influence Area (Review Area 1), Overflight Notification area and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 77 Noticing Area for MCAS Miramar within the University Community Plan area. The site is not included on any Govt. Code listing of hazardous waste sites.
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