4300 Stevens Creek Boulevard Mixed-Use Project

3 Documents in Project

Summary

SCH Number
2017022058
Lead Agency
San Jose, City of (City of San Jose)
Document Title
4300 Stevens Creek Boulevard Mixed-Use Project
Document Type
EIR - Draft EIR
Received
Present Land Use
Zoning: CG-Commercial General; General Plan: NCC - Neighborhood Commercial & Stevens Creek Blvd. (mid) Urban Village

Document Description
The project is a rezoning, development, and subdivision of a 10.0 gross acre site to allow demolition and removal of existing buildings, structures, and surface parking; relocation of utilities and Lopina Way; removal of trees; and construction of two multi-story residential buildings to allow up to 582 residential units with approx 11,000 sf of ground floor retail, a multi-story office buildings to allow approx 300,000 sf of office space with an option to accommodate uo to 7,000 sf of retail, a multi-level parking garage with up to 1,238 parking spaces for the office building, and replace the existing Lopina Way ROW with an approx 1.6-acre landscaped promenade. Residential parking is provided within the residential buildings. Project includes affordable housing units in conformance with city's inclusionary housing ordinance.

Contact Information
David Keyon
City of San Jose
200 E. Santa Clara STreet, Tower 3
San Jose, CA 95113

Phone : (408) 535-7898

Location

Coordinates
37°19'21.7"N 121°58'40.7"W
Cities
San Jose
Counties
Santa Clara
Cross Streets
Stevens Creek Blvd. and Lopina Way
Zip
95129
Total Acres
9.9
Parcel #
296-38-013, 296-38-014, 296-40-009
State Highways
I-280
Schools
Eisenhower ES
Waterways
Saratoga CReek, San Thomas Aquinos

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Residential (582 Units, 10.00 Acres) Office (300000 Sq. Ft.) Commercial (22,000 Sq. Ft.)
Local Action
Planned Unit Development Rezone Subdivision
Project Issues
Aesthetic/Visual Archaeologic-Historic Biological Resources Drainage/Absorption Economics/Jobs Geologic/Seismic Noise Population/Housing Balance Public Services Recreation/Parks Schools/Universities Sewer Capacity Toxic/Hazardous Traffic/Circulation Vegetation Water Quality Water Supply Growth Inducing Land Use Cumulative Effects
Reviewing Agencies
Cal Fire California Department of Parks and Recreation California Highway Patrol Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 3 Department of Housing and Community Development Department of Toxic Substances Control Department of Water Resources Native American Heritage Commission Office of Emergency Services, California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Region 2 Resources Agency Resources, Recycling and Recovery San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water Caltrans, District 4
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