The project applicant, Avenues: The World School, proposes to develop a private pre kindergarten through 12th grade school campus on the site. The school would support approximately 2,744 students and 480 faculty and staff. The campus development would include both adaptive re-use of existing buildings and new construction, resulting in a total of seven buildings including 128 classrooms, a theater, gymnasium and aquatic center, administrative space, and a sports field, as shown in Figure 3.
The proposed Project is consistent with the land use designation in the General Plan and includes a request for a conforming rezone from IP to CIC Combined Industrial/Commercial. Full build-out of the proposed project would include up to approximately 450,000 square feet of new development, to occur in four phases as described in Table I below. The new buildings within the proposed project maintain building heights of approximately 50 feet along Race Street and 82 feet and 120 feet along Parkmoor Avenue.
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Educational (Private School: Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade campus...)
Aesthetic/VisualAir QualityArchaeologic-HistoricBiological ResourcesFlood Plain/FloodingForest Land/Fire HazardGeologic/SeismicNoisePopulation/Housing BalancePublic ServicesRecreation/ParksSchools/UniversitiesSewer CapacitySoil Erosion/Compaction/GradingSolid WasteToxic/HazardousTraffic/CirculationVegetationWater QualityWater SupplyWetland/RiparianGrowth InducingLand UseCumulative EffectsEnergy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Air Resources Board, Major Industrial ProjectsCalifornia Department of EducationCalifornia Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Highway PatrolCalifornia Public Utilities CommissionCaltrans, District 4Caltrans, Division of AeronauticsDepartment of Fish and Wildlife, Region 3Department of General ServicesDepartment of Housing and Community DevelopmentDepartment of Toxic Substances ControlNative American Heritage CommissionOffice of Emergency Services, CaliforniaOffice of Historic PreservationRegional Water Quality Control Board, Region 2Resources AgencySan Francisco Bay Conservation and Development CommissionState Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water