The Proposed Project evaluated in the Draft EIR would include one building on the northern portion of the Project Site that is proposed to be a total of 515,334 square-feet. It would include both two-story and high bay warehousing areas and 31,594 square-feet of office space. The second building on the southern portion of the property is proposed to be a total of 531,434 square-feet and would include a two-story warehousing area and 31,594 square-feet of office space. Each building would also include a 71,352 square-foot loading dock for truck trailers that includes a 23,522 square-foot area for driver services. The maximum height of the two warehouse buildings is proposed to be approximately 150 feet. The Proposed Project also includes a bioretention basin on the northeast corner of the site to capture and treat stormwater. A solar array field is proposed in the east portion of the Project Site to generate approximately 2.35 MW to serve the facility; no energy generated would be sold to the grid. Also proposed are passenger vehicle parking spaces and landscaping. Among the Project Alternatives in the Draft EIR is the preferred Alternative #4 – “Reduced Footprint with Phasing” that would develop an estimated 515,334 square-foot warehouse distribution project on approximately 40 acres on the north portion of the Project Site in accordance with a transportation phasing plan.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 1045000, Acres 79, Employees 165)
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