Zoning - Historic Combining, General Office, and Community Commercial; General Plan - Community Mixed Use
As proposed, the project would demolish the commercial building and residential outbuildings and construct a six-story, 72,000 square foot mixed-use building with 50 multi-family residential units and approximately 2,000 square feet of ground floor retail/restaurant space. Four detached two-story, townhouses would also be constructed on-site. The existing residences fronting Monroe Street and Homestead Road would be retained in their current location. The project also proposes approximately 3,000 square feet of community amenities including an outdoor community area and gym for on-site residents. The mixed-use building, which would be located along Monroe Street, would be approximately 90 feet tall and would have one basement level for parking which would be accessed from Franklin Street. The townhouses, which would be located behind the mixed-use building and existing houses, and would be approximately 26 feet tall. The mixed-use building would also feature two outdoor patio areas on the fourth and fifth floors on the south side of the building. The project proposes to rezone the site to PD – Planned Development. The proposed project includes a General Plan Amendment to revised the specifications of the Community Mixed Use designation within certain criteria.
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