The basic project consists of a tentative tract map proposed at 232 through 244 17th St in the city of Seal Beach. The site is 0.52 acres. The proposed subdivision will consolidate three existing legal parcels and create five parcels out of existing odd-shaped lots that include a government-owned diagonal railroad easement through the properties. There will be four new 28,125-ft wide lots and one 112.5 ft wide lot. All lots are 100 ft deep. The project site was sold at auction in 2014. The proposed map contemplates that one single family residential structure will be built on each of four 28,125-ft wide lots, with the fifth lot to be left as is. An existing duplex of 1,696 sf of habitable space will be torn down, but the larger lot has a structure that will remain. The project site is located in the RHD 20 residential high density zone.
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