The proposed Project would construct a 260-unit apartment complex in two four-story buildings on 5.2 acres. The 260-unit complex would also include 1 live-work unit, 3,339 square feet of commercial space and a total of 465 parking spaces, with 265 parking spaces located in a below grade parking garage and the remaining 200 parking spaces located on a surface parking lot on the southern and eastern portions of the Project site. The proposed Project would also provide approximately 5,500 square feet of indoor amenity space, and outdoor amenity space within two courtyards and a paseo, including a pool and additional outdoor amenities other landscaping surrounding both buildings. Sidewalks and intersection improvements including lane modifications and restriping would occur at Etiwanda Avenue and Foothill Boulevard. A bus stop would be installed on Foothill Boulevard and overhead powerlines would be undergrounded along Eitwanda Avenue.
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