As currently proposed, the project includes the development of up to a 180 room four-story hotel, a 6,600 square foot (sf) restaurant (including indoor and outdoor seating), and 184 residential units (110 senior / 74 family) in two, four-story buildings. The project would include 420 parking spaces, consistent with City zoning requirements.
The hotel would be a u-shaped building surrounding an outdoor courtyard and swimming pool. Amenities include meeting rooms, and a spa/fitness facility.
The 110-unit senior residential building is a rectangular-shaped four-story building enclosing a courtyard with amenities that may include: a patio, fire pit, hot tub and cooling pool, outdoor kitchen. The existing heritage-designated Oak and Sequoia trees would be retained and integrated into the courtyard landscaping. Other senior housing amenities would include a spa and exercise facilities, a community room, a computer room, a library and lounge.
The 74-unit family residential would consist of two linear buildings connected by a ground-floor lobby and common space walkway on the upper floors. The buildings would be stepped-down to match the existing sloping topography. Amenities may include an outdoor pool and patio, spa and exercise spaces, a computer room, library room, community room with a kitchen, spa, and exercise facilities.
The 18-acre site has a General Plan designation of Open Space (OS) and Commercial Service (C-S). The General Plan designation for the 6.9-acre OS parcel will remain unchanged. Of the 10.8-acres currently designated C-S, 6.6 acres will require a General Plan Amendment and Zone change from Commercial-Service (C-S) to Residential Very High Density (R-VH).
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