medical office and urgent care facility, and surface parking/C2-4D/Regional center commercial
The project proposes to develop a mixed-use project on a 141,987-sf site (3.26 acres) located within the Central City community plan area of the city. The project includes 3 high-rise towers (65-story 'tower A'; 43-story 'tower B'; and 53-story 'tower C', including a four story podium connecting all three towers. The project would provide up to approx 163,015 sf of open space and recreational amenities. Overall, the new building would comprise up to 1,845,831 sf of floor area. A sign district is proposed for the project site. The EIR accounts for two potential development scenarios, option 1 and option 2. Option 1: The project would include up to 1,367 residential units and up to 40,000 sf of restaurant/retail space. In this option, tower A would include up to 488 residential units and up to 19,952 sf of restaurant/retail uses. Option 2: The project would include up to 1,000 hotel rooms and 879 residential units units, and up to 40,000 sf of restaurant/retail space. In this option, tower A would include up to 1,000 hotel rooms and up to 19,952 sf of restaurant/retail uses.
Residential (1,367 Units)Commercial (40,000 Sq. Ft.)Other (Op. 1 - 1,367 res units; Op.2 - 1,000 hotel, 879 res units)
Site PlanUse PermitSubdivisionRedevelopmentOther ActionOther Action: TFAR, SN, VTT
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