Present Land Use
The project site is currently developed with three commercial buildings and structures totaling 32,878 square feet 51,633 square feet of driveway, walkway, and parking areas, and 6,553 square feet of gravel. The structures are one-story in height and there is no landscaping currently on site. The project site was formerly occupied by the Bayshore Supply business, an electrical, plumbing, lighting, and HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) materials retailer, and is currently vacant.
The project applicant, Holly Hotel Group, LLC, is proposing the 501 Industrial Road Hotel project, also known as Hotel Indigo. The proposed project would involve the demolishing of the existing commercial buildings and redeveloping the site. The proposed hotel would consist of two connected sections: a main guestroom tower that would be six stories in height along Holly Street and facing Highway 101, and an adjoining three-story along Industrial Road. The hotel would be approximately 119,000 square feet, and include 188 guestrooms, lobby, dining area, and meeting spaces. The lobby and second floor meeting spaces would be oriented towards a landscaped courtyard in the center of the site.
11,427 square feet of landscaped area, approximately 13 percent of the project site area, would exist throughout the project site to create an aesthetically pleasing and functional space that caters to the needs of hotel guests, including shielding unwanted views and buffering the surrounding parking lot from adjacent public and private land uses. A courtyard would be located towards the center of the project site, providing outdoor space for informal gathering, outdoor dining, and casual recreation.
The proposed project would have one access point along Industrial Road. Parking would be on grade along the perimeter of the project site and in a garage on the ground level of the six-story guestroom wing. There would be a total of 152 parking stalls comprised of standard parking stalls, accessible stalls, accessible van stalls, registration stalls, electric vehicle-capable stalls, clean air/vanpool/electric vehicle stalls, and motorcycle stalls. In addition, three loading spaces for truck deliveries would be located at the service entrance. 20 short-term bicycle parking spaces would be located throughout the project site, including at the main building entrance and outside the main courtyard. 10 long-term bicycle parking spaces would be located within the building.