The project proposes the demolition of all existing residential structures on the 0.705-acre project site and the construction of three, three-story residential buildings containing 13 multi-family apartments including one affordable unit that will be offered at the very low-income level. Twenty-two off-street vehicular parking spaces and 24 secured, off-street bicycle spaces are provided onsite. The project includes development of a detention/bioretention basin with a design capacity of 4,708 cubic feet. The project also includes frontage improvements to Ellis Street and the development of an 8-foot wide public recreational trail a long the site frontage to Washington Creek. A residential density bonus and development incentive/concession are proposed.
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