The project would be designed to create opportunities for housing and jobs near transportation and transit uses, including the existing Hollywood Burbank Airport and Metrolink Stations, and the future High Speed Rail Station. The land use concept being considered for the Specific Plan District includes Mixed-Use Transit Oriented District (TOD), Commercial and Flex TOD, Mixed-Use Corridor, Golden State Employment, Makers District, and Residential. The proposed land use mix includes high-density residential and commercial uses; low rise multi- and single-family residences; and office, commercial, industrial, light industrial, retail, restaurant, hotel, entertainment, media, and wholesale uses.
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