The Project site is zoned P (Planned Community/Precise Plan) and Medium-Density Residential land use designation
The Project is an infill project involving redevelopment of an approximately 14.5-acre site between Moffett Boulevard and State Route 85. The Project site is currently occupied by 402 multi-family residential units within 15 buildings, as well as associated parking and common open space areas. The Project would retain the 402 existing residential units, demolish most of the existing surface parking areas, and develop up to 334 new multi-family residential units in two buildings as well as construct three subterranean parking garages. Upon Project completion and including the existing uses that would be retained, the total amount of development at the site would consist of approximately 709,519 square feet and 736 residential units. Construction activities would include demolition of the existing surface parking lots and removal of trees and vegetation.
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