The project will include the construction of a 50-foot high, five-story residential structure with 30 dwelling units and 21 parking spaces. The 30 dwelling units consists of 7 studios, 10 one-bedroom, 7 two-bedroom and 6 three bedroom units. Affordability of all the apartments except for the manager's unit will be regulated by deed restrictions recorded by the public funding sources, including City, County, and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit programs. The project will provide several amenities including a rooftop community room, kitchen and terrace which are designed to host a variety of indoor-outdoor gatherings. The applicant is requesting three planning concessions for which it is eligible under density bonus law and the City's ordinance; parking, residential storage and setbacks.
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