Previously developed as a lumber yard with buildings that have been removed; asphalt paving and foundations remain
The proposed project located at 2800 Barry Street involves construction of a new 68-unit multi-family affordable development consisting of 60 rental apartments and 8 for-sale townhouses. The applicant is requesting: a General Plan Amendment to change the land use from Industrial/Commercial to High Density Residential; a Zone Change to rezone the site from Light Manufacturing (M-1) to Residential Planned Development (RPD-30); a Residential Planned Development Permit; a Tentative Tract Map for a separate legal parcel and condominium units; a Conditional Use Permit for single room occupancy units; and parking, common usable open space, and rear setback concessions.
California Air Resources Board (ARB), California Department of Conservation (DOC), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW), California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Water Resources (DWR), California Highway Patrol (CHP), California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Natural Resources Agency, California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region 4 (RWQCB), Department of Toxic Substances Control, Office of Historic Preservation, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water, California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT)
State Reviewing Agency Comments
California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT)
Residential (60 apartments and 8 for sale townhomes)(Units 68, Acres 2.52)
General Plan Amendment, Planned Unit Development, Rezone, Use Permit, Land Division (Subdivision, etc.)
Aesthetics, Agriculture and Forestry Resources, Air Quality, Biological Resources, Cultural Resources, Cumulative Effects, Drainage/Absorption, Flood Plain/Flooding, Geology/Soils, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Growth Inducement, Hazards & Hazardous Materials, Hydrology/Water Quality, Land Use/Planning, Mineral Resources, Noise, Population/Housing, Public Services, Recreation, Schools/Universities, Sewer Capacity, Solid Waste, Transportation, Tribal Cultural Resources, Wildfire, Wildlife
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