General Plan Designation, Combined Industrial/Commercial; Zoning District Combined Industrial/Commercial
The 19.70 gross acres site is developed with a 293,906-square foot office and electronics superstore building and surface parking lot. The project would demolish the existing building and construct seven new eight-story office towers in a campus design. The office towers would consist of 1,921,215 square feet of office space and be up to 135 feet high with a floor area ratio of 4.16. The towers would be configured around a central pedestrian walkway and open space area and the development would include two parking garages (one nine-story and one ten-story garage) providing 5,385 parking spaces.
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State Reviewing Agency Comments
Department of Toxic Substances Control
Office (Sq. Ft. 1924110, Acres 19.7, Employees 6406), Other (Parking Structure: 1,647,920)
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