General Plan: Retail Commercial; Zoning: Community Commercial/Airport Safety Overlay. Present land use includes an existing single family dwelling 50+ years old, several large trucks and trailers, and an above-ground propane tank.
The proposal is a mixed-use project with 27 market rate rental units and a 2,844-square foot community market on 1.75 acres. The proposed apartments are ADA-compliant, with 14 one-bedroom units (ranging in size from 680 to 730 SF); 12 two-bedroom units (860 SF); and one 2-bedroom “penthouse” unit (1,100 SF). All apartments are flats within a 3-story building, except for the penthouse unit located on the second level over the commercial space. All units have a private patio or balcony. A third-story outdoor community space is provided for residents only). Parking is provided at the rear of the site, accessed via driveways on Shiloh Road and Skylane Boulevard. A total of 80 on-site parking spaces are provided, including 54 covered spaces for the residents and 26 open parking spaces that can be shared by visitors and patrons of the neighborhood market. The project approaches net zero energy, including the use of solar power via rooftop panels above the carports. The project includes a lot merger of the two subject parcels.
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