The Project would involve the demolition of the existing buildings and construction of a 7-story residential mixed-use building ranging from approximately 82 feet to 110 feet in height, based on relative elevation changes in the existing surrounding terrain, which generally slopes north to south. Existing buildings proposed for demolition include one single-family residence (single-story), a vacant 3-unit apartment building, two office buildings (one 1-story and one 2-story structure), an auto repair facility, and surface parking lots. The Project would provide 369 residential units, including 12 live/work units and 30 micro units, approximately 2,570 sf of commercial space on the ground floor and two levels of subterranean parking. Approximately 40,900 sf of open space is proposed, which includes space on the ground floor accessible to the public, an outdoor recreation deck on the 2nd floor, a roof terrace on the 7th floor, a covered deck on the 2nd floor, and a gym and recreation room. Parking would be provided in a two-level subterranean garage, at ground level within the building, and in the mezzanine level above-ground. The Project would include approximately 567 parking spaces and 410 bicycle parking spaces.
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