Regional Commercial. Parking lot and vacant commercial building.
The proposed project would demolish the existing 18,780-square-foot (sf) Office Depot building and construct a 3,172-sf Raising Canes with a drive-through at the southeast corner of the intersection of Ramon Road at San Luis Rey Drive. In addition, a 2,200-sf Starbucks with a drive-through would be proposed immediately east of the Raising Canes. Both restaurants would be rectangular in shape and provide outdoor patios along their southern elevations.Each restaurant’s drive-through would wrap around the building’s northern elevation fronting Ramon Road. Specifically, the Raising Canes would have a dual flex lane drive-through with a queue capacity of 22 vehicles and the Starbucks would have a single lane drive-through with a queue capacity of 8 vehicles. The Raising Canes would have a seating capacity of 91 seats and the Starbucks would have 49 seats. Based on the City of Palm Springs parking requirements, one parking space is required for every three seats. The proposed project would provide 67 spaces, exceeding the parking standard requirement. Parking would be provided south of the restaurant buildings. Three shared access driveways would connect the proposed project to the larger Destination Ramon Shopping Center. Construction is expected to last six months starting in March 2021. The City of Palm Springs issued an approval on October 28, 2020 for the project and issued a Categorical Exemption- Class 32 per CEQA.
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Commercial (Raising Cane's Restaurant and Starbucks Coffee Shop)(Sq. Ft. 5,372, Acres 2,31, Employees 16)
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