Light Industrial Land Use / Industrial Manufacturing Zone
Approval of Project entitlements would allow for redevelopment of the Project Site with a 57,900 square foot (sf) 45-foot (ft) tall Truck Terminal that includes 52,900 sf of warehouse space and 5,000 sf of office space, and a 5,400 sf maintenance building. The building would include 84 dock doors (cross-dock configuration). The Project would provide 59 standard automobile parking stalls, 2 standard accessible parking stalls, one 12 ft by 18 ft accessible parking stall, and 188 trailer parking stalls. Ornamental landscaping, lighting, and walls would be installed. The building would operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is anticipated that the facility would employ a total of 150-200 employees. The redevelopment would require the demolition of the existing 40,000 sf manufacturing facility, associated parking, and removal of an unused portion of the existing BNSF Railroad spur located on the east side of the Site. Additionally, the Project would remove approximately 315 linear feet of on-street parking along Struck Avenue.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 57900, Acres 9.94, Employees 150)
Use Permit, Major Site Plan, Design Review, CUP
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