The Neighborhood at Los Gamos (“Project”) is a new development consisting of 192 multifamily residential units, a neighborhood market, and a community center. The Project has been designed as a stand-alone neighborhood, with its own grocery store, central gathering area, and fitness and outdoor amenities. In addition, this site has direct access to the freeway and nearby transit opportunities without passing through existing residential neighborhoods in San Rafael. In addition, the Project will contribute towards the City of San Rafael’s housing goals and meet the City’s currently targeted inclusionary rate of 10% Below Market Rate units. The Project will provide 225 on-site parking spaces. The Project also includes the creation of accessible hiking trails that provide improved connectivity to the adjacent open space. The Project would also include a 5,000 sq ft community center called the “Village Commons,” which will house a 5,600 sq ft market/coffee shop that would be open to the public and located near Los Gamos Drive.
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Residential (192 townhome units in six buildings )(Units 192, Acres 10.24), Commercial (5,600 commercial/market)(Sq. Ft. 5600, Acres 0.001, Employees 4)
General Plan Amendment, Planned Unit Development, Rezone
Aesthetics, Air Quality, Biological Resources, Cultural Resources, Geology/Soils, Hydrology/Water Quality, Tribal Cultural Resources
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