The applicant proposes demolition of the existing 11 apartment units and construction of a new 10 unit condominium complex. The project also includes a merger of the two lots that constitute the site, along with a request for approval of rezoning APN 025-228-130 from R-2 to R-3, and a corresponding General Plan Amendment from Medium to Medium High Density Residential. Proposed site improvements include an at-grade garage with 28 ground-level parking spaces, walkways, a driveway, and landscaping. The overall height of the building, as measured to the top of the tower element at the front, right corner of the building, would be 44 feet, 6 inches above average top of curb level, where 55 feet is the maximum allowed. The majority of the building is 35 feet, 6 inches in height as measured to the top of the mansard roof.
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