Vacant with deteriorated pavement, ruderal vegetation and utilities infrastructure. Z: manufacturing, research and development, within the Solid waste restricted overlay
GPD: Employment Center mid-rise
The proposed project includes construction of a 225 unit student housing project on the 8.5 acre site. The project is intended to provide opportunities for student housing for a number of students in the area, specifically for students at CSUS. The project would consist of three five story residential buildings, one two story 12,500 sf clubhouse/leasing office, and a single story 10,000 sf stand-alone building titled the "Innovation Center." The Innovation Center would also include a retail element. The three residential buildings and clubhouse would be constructed around a landscaped courtyard. The 225 unit housing development would include up to 750 individual beds and bedrooms would be oriented around larger common rooms. In addition, a stormwater detention basin would be constructed on site. The project would connect to existing water and sewer infrastructure in the vicinity of the project site. Site access would be provided via Ramona Avenue. The project would include a total of 377 parking spaces for student residents, as well as 40 additional parking spaces for visitors to the Innovation Center building.
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