Commercial Manufacturing within a Community Plan Implementation Overlay [CM-2D-CPIO]
The Project includes a new 460,824 square-foot mixed-use residential and commercial development, including one Residential Building and
one Commercial Building on a site totaling approximately 3.59 acres. The approximately 230,412 square-foot Residential Building contains 260
residential units for rent; 22 units are reserved for “very low income” households and 7 units are reserved for workforce housing within a
149’-6”-tall Residential building up to 13 stories high on the western portion of the Project Site. The approximately 230,412 square-foot
Commercial Building includes 2,869 square-feet of ground floor retail within a 92-foot-tall Commercial Building (office and ground floor retail) up
to six stories high on the eastern end of the Project Site. The Project proposes up to 785 parking spaces, including 130 residential and 242
commercial parking spaces. The 413 remaining spaces would be unassigned and available for residential or commercial uses.
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