The proposed project would include demolition of the existing four on-site vacant duplex structures and construction of a 54,480 sf, three-story, 71-unit apartment complex organized into a main building and a family wing, connected via a covered walkway. Located on 2.4 acres, the project would have a residential density of 30 units per acre. Outdoor features would include a community garden, community courtyard, and children's playground. The site would be accessed via two entrances off Hayes Circle. The existing informal, public trail at the southwestern edge of the property would be realigned off property. Potable water would be provide through transfer of water from the Fort Ord Reuse Authority to the city of Marina. Sewer service would be provided by the Marina Coast Water District.
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