The project would involve the construction of a mixed-use development including 440 residential 22 units set aside for very low income households, and approximately 64,650 sf of commercial retail in three buildings. The retail uses would be located along the Woodley Avenue street frontage, with a proposed grocery store oriented along the San Fernando Mission Boulevard frontage. The proposed housing units would be located with two levels over the retail along Woodley Avenue, three levels over the grocery store, and four levels over the parking garage at the northwest corner of the property. The project would provide a total of 937 parking spaces: 585 for residents provided below ground and 352 for commercial patrons in subterranean and surface spaces. The project would also provide a total of 548 bicycle parking spaces.
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