Project site is zoned R3-2 (Multiple Family) and Medium-Density Residential land use designation.
Project is an infill project involving redevelopment of an approx. 9.84 acre-site between West Middlefield Road and North Shoreline Blvd. The project site is currently occupied by approx. 208 multi-family residential units within multiple building as well as associated parking and common areas. The project proposes a General Plan Amendment and Rezoning to allow the demolition of the existing buildings and the development of up to 716 new residential units (apartments) in three separate buildings, with subterranean parking under each building. The total amount of new uses proposed is approx. 782,512 sf. A linear park/paseo, bicycle path would be added as well. The existing residential buildings and surface parking lots would be demolished and trees and vegetation would be removed and replaced.
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