Removal of the existing Black Angus restaurant and existing vacant retail building and construction of a four-story 155-room Cambria Hotel and associated parking, landscaping, and amenities on an approximately 2.5-acre site at 3131 and 3195 N Main St. & 1531 Oak Park Blvd. A General Plan amendment is proposed to establish a new land use overlay designation for visitor serving uses with accompanying goals, policies, programs and updated standards, including allowing a floor area ratio of up to 100% for specified uses within the proposed overlay. The overlay designation is currently proposed for only the hotel project site.
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