The applicant proposes to construct a 100 percent affordable, 96-unit apartment building consisting of four three-story buildings and one one-story community building on a 4.11-acre parcel. The project would utilize the Rental Housing Opportunity Density Bonus Program, which allows a 100 percent increase over base density, up to 26 units per acre. The proposed density is 24 units per acre. Under the Density Bonus Program, 40 percent of units are required to be affordable to low- and very low-income residents, which the project would exceed as all units will be affordable to households with incomes ranging between 30 and 60 percent of the Area Medium Income. The project would be constructed in a single phase. The site is zoned R3 (High Density Residential) B6 13 (13 units per acre densitv). which allows the proposed use.
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