The project includes the demolition of an 850 sf restaurant and 109 space surface parking lot and development of the site with 428 multi-family residential units including 213 studio units, 89 1-bedroom units, and 126 2-bedroom units. The 428 residential units include 320 market rate units and 108 set aside restricted affordable units, including 22 very-low income housing units and one of the following: 1) 10% of the total number of units for Low Income households; 2) 15% of the total number of units for Moderate Income households; or 3) 20% of the total number of units for Workforce Income households. The project would include up to 5,610 sf of commercial uses, including an approximately 2,980 sf leasing office and up to 2,630 sf of neighborhood-serving retail land uses. The project would provide approx. 47,151 sf of open space, including (but not limited to) 21,000 sf of private open space, 4,683 sf of res amenities, a 13,798 sf pool court, and a 7,670 sf sky deck and lounge. Vehicle access to the site would be provided from 4th St, Hill St, and through a rear alley accessible from 4th St. The project would include a two and a half level subterranean parking garage and a seven story parking podium. The parking podium design would be subject to the city's Downtown Design Guide, specifically the parking and access guidelines, as well as the project design features included in the city planning commission advisory notice relative to above grade parking.
Caltrans, District 7Native American Heritage CommissionCalifornia Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Highway PatrolDepartment of Fish and Wildlife, Region 5Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentDepartment of Water ResourcesRegional Water Quality Control Board, Region 4Resources AgencyState Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water, District 7