The City of South Gate, in its capacity as Lead Agency, is overseeing a new development project that involves the construction and subsequent occupancy of a new industrial development that would total 447,420 square-feet of floor area. The proposed development would include a new main building consisting of 435,420 square feet and a smaller truck maintenance building consisting of 12,000 square feet. The new tilt-up main building would consist of corporate offices, a warehouse, and cooler space, as well as mezzanine space. The main building would include 45,000-square-feet of office space located in the southwestern corner of the main building. The warehouse portion of the main building would include a loading and storage area, a total of 30,000 square feet of 36° cooler storage, and 134,400 square feet of 60° cooler storage. The main building would have two clear heights of 52 feet, 6 inches in the east end and a clear height of 40 feet in the west end. The parapets would vary in height ranging from 45 feet 6 inches to 64 feet above the finished floor elevation. A smaller, 12,000 square foot building would be constructed for use as a truck maintenance workshop. The 27.12-acre project site is located at 5037 Patata Street, within the northeastern portion of the City of South Gate.
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