Northeast Grover Beach Mixed-Use Development Plan

2 Documents in Project

Summary

SCH Number
2019069067
Lead Agency
Grover Beach, City of (City of Grover Beach)
Document Title
Northeast Grover Beach Mixed-Use Development Plan
Document Type
NOD - Notice of Determination
Received
Posted
8/25/2020
Project Applicant
Ram Krupa Real Estate, LLC
Present Land Use
Retail Commercial / Open Space

Document Description
The applicant is seeking the following entitlements as part of the proposed project: Zone change to add a planned development overlay (PD-5) to modify development standards to facilitate development of the site; Vesting Tentative Subdivision (Tract 3122) subdividing one parcel into 12 separate lots; A Use Permit to construction a horizontal mixed-use project consisting of two (2) hotels, and seven (7) single family residential lots within the retail commercial (RC) zone, consistent with the RC zoning under the “mixed-use” development category. The following is a detail summary of the proposed project: Construction of 4-story, 91 room hotel totaling 50,995 sf (Hotel “A”) with a total building footprint of 12,510 sf, associated swimming pool, and porte-cochere, totaling 40-feet in height measured at natural grade, with an additional 5.5-feet for architectural features and parapet walls to screen roof mounted equipment; Construction of a 4-story, 85 room hotel totaling 56,650 sf building footprint (Hotel “B”) within a total building footprint of 10,920 sf, associated swimming pool, and porte-cochere totaling 42-feet, as measured from natural grade, with an additional 10-feet for architectural features and parapet walls to screen roof mounted equipment; Construction of three (3) separate parking areas for a total of 181 parking spaces and five (5) motorcycle spaces for shared use between both proposed hotels; Preservation of up to 20 native oak trees between Hotel A and Hotel B; Preservation of 1.53 acres of riparian habitat area (Meadow Creek) consistent with the City’s General Plan; Enhancement of riparian habitat area with additional willow replanting, native trees replanting, and native shrubs; Creation of a 35-foot landscape buffer between the existing residential neighborhood to the west and proposed non-residential uses; Construction of seven (7) single family homes; Removal of an existing, off-site, bridge structure and installation of a replacement of bridge at Meadow Creek, to serve as the project entry and to remain partially off-site; Construction of a new entry roadway (Road A) that intersects with El Camino Real and will serve Hotel A, Hotel B, terminating at the residential lots; Construction of a new residential street (Road B) to serve residential lots 1-7 that will dead end at Lot 1 and connect to Road A; Construction of an emergency access way, to be controlled for through traffic, between residential lots 6 and 7 and connect with Oak Park Boulevard; Frontage improvements to widen El Camino Real that include intersection improvements with future Road A, completion of project frontage sidewalk, center turning lane, and Class 2 bicycle lane (Figure 10); Modifying an existing, Caltrans controlled, culvert that channels water for Meadow Creek and adding an additional 60-feet to this existing culvert; Construction of a new sewer lift station near Hotel A to serve the project for sanitary sewer purposes. To accommodate the proposed project, the subject side will need to be graded with approximately 12,250 cubic yards (cu3) of earth will be moved, and approximately 14,500 cu3 of fill will be required. This will result in the importation of 2,250 cu3 of material to the project site. The grading will impact approximately 0.15 acres of riparian habitat for the proposed bridge replacement and El Camino Real frontage improvements. Approximately 0.38 acres of riparian habitat along the northern development footprint will also be disturbed. To install the proposed bridge and modify the existing culvert, the applicant will need to de-water Meadow Creek temporarily, creating an impact to a designated waters of the United States. The applicant proposes to remove 22 native trees (Coast Live Oaks) totaling 396-inches in diameter breast height (dbh). The proposed project will create an additional 169,900 sf of new impervious surface. The proposed development is expected to be completed in phases. Phase 1 includes the grading of Hotel B site, and the seven (7) single family residential lots along with vertical construction of Hotel “B”, all seven (7) residential units, there associated parking lots, and all infrastructure improvements necessary to accommodate this phase of the proposed project, including bridge replacement, Road A, Road B, and frontage improvements to El Camino Real. It is anticipated that construction will be completed by late spring / summer 2022 for Phase 1.Phase 2 includes the grading of Hotel A pad and construction of Hotel A and its associated parking lot. Proposed construction to commence early winter 2024, with completion and operation in late spring 2025.

Contact Information
A. Rafael Castillo
City of Grover Beach
154 South 8th Street
Grover Beach, CA 93433

Phone : (805) 473-4528
Fax : (805) 473-4520
rcastillo@groverbeach.org

Location

Coordinates
35°7'47.1"N 120°36'32.6"W
Cities
Grover Beach
Counties
San Luis Obispo
Cross Streets
El Camino Real / Oak Park Blvd
Zip
93433
Total Acres
7.1
Parcel #
060-031-021,022
State Highways
US 101
Waterways
Meadow Creek

Notice of Determination

Approving Agency
City of Grover Beach
Approving Agency Role
Lead Agency
Approved On
Final Environmental Document Available at
groverbeach.org

Determinations

(1) The project will have a significant impact on the environment
No
(2a) An Environmental Impact Report was prepared for this project pursuant to the provisions of CEQA
No
(2b) A Mitigated or a Negative Declaration was prepared for this project pursuant to the provisions of CEQA
Yes
(2c) An other document type was prepared for this project pursuant to the provisions of CEQA
No
(3) Mitigated measures were made a condition of the approval of the project
Yes
(4) A mitigation reporting or monitoring plan was adopted for this project
Yes
(5) A Statement of Overriding Considerations was adopted for this project
No
(6) Findings were made pursuant to the provisions of CEQA
Yes

Attachments

Notice of Determination
1598 ECR NOD   PDF 4385 K

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