The General Plan land use designation of the project site is Mixed Residential (up to 29 units/acre)/Office (MR/O). The project site is in a Mixed Use District: Multi-Family Residential/Professional and Administrative Offices (M-R-1.5/PA).
The project would involve development of a currently undeveloped 6.06 acre parcel located on the south side of Arnold Drive, near its intersection with Starflower Drive in Martinez, Contra Costa County, California (Assessor Parcel Numbers 161-400-009 and -010). The proposed project would involve the construction of six buildings that include 104 one-bedroom units and 79 two-bedroom units for a total of 183 residential dwelling units. In addition, the proposed apartment complex would include on-site amenities such as a workout facility, business center, children’s play area, outdoor kitchen area and parking areas. Three of the buildings would be three stories and up to 35 feet, 2 inches above adjacent grade. The other three buildings would be four stories and up to 44 feet, 2 inches above adjacent grade. Vehicular access to the project site would be provided through two proposed driveways from Arnold Drive and internal access to each of the six buildings would be provided via interior drive aisles. With the approval of a density bonus, design review permit, height concession, and waivers/reductions of applicable City development standards that would physically preclude project construction (regarding hillside density, building separation, parking stall depth, rear building setback, drive aisle width, height exception, and parking lot landscaping), the proposed development would be consistent with the site’s current General Plan land use designation and zoning of Mixed Residential/Office and Mixed Use District: Multi-Family Residential/Professional and Administrative Offices respectively.
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Residential (Units 183, Acres 6.06)
Site Plan, Use Permit
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