The applicant proposes to replace the existing Boething Treeland Nursery with a collection of residential dwellings in a landscaped setting, including private open space as well as publically accessible open space. The Project would include an approx. 87-bed, 60,527 sq. ft. eldercare building with Assisted Living and Memory Care rooms; 70 small lot dwelling units in the central portion of the Project Site, and 25 small lot dwellings units on the east side of Valley Circle Blvd; and 26-single family homes on the northwestern portion of the project site, for a total of 121 residential dwelling units. The project would incorporate approx. 22 acres of landscaped private and public open space. Proposed amenities include pedestrian walkways, community gardens, a pet park, a community pool, a children's playground, a community room, and a hiking or fitness trail. The project would develop a total of approx. 413,588 sq. ft. of floor area for a site-wide floor area ratio of approx. 0:29:1.
Residential (Units 121), Recreational (~ 22 acres of recreational amenities), Other (87-bed elderccare facility)
General Plan Amendment, Site Plan, Rezone, Use Permit, Land Division (Subdivision, etc.), Redevelopment, ZAD, Haul Route
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