Vacant Industrial / Central Estuary Plan Area’s Central Estuary Industrial Zone-6 (D-CE-6) / Estuary Policy Plan (EPP) Heavy Industry
The Project Applicant is proposing to demolish all existing structures on the project site and construct an approximately 426,022 square foot, 56-foot-tall industrial building with a floor area ratio (FAR) of 0.42. The applicant proposes the Project on a speculative basis as the end-user and nature of the use are unknown at this time. However, for the purposes of the conservative analyses, the end use is assumed to be a distribution warehouse. The main building entrance and employee amenity space would be located at the corner of Fruitvale Avenue and E. 7th Street. The new facility would include up to 30,000 square feet of accessory office space likely distributed in three spaces along E. 7th and Boehmer Streets at the northwest and northeast corners of the building and in the central-northern portion of the building. The Project would include an employee parking lot to the north of the building as well as loading docks and truck parking areas in the southern part of the project site. A portion of the southeast corner of the site (intersection of Alameda Avenue and the proposed extension of 37th Avenue) would be left open for future development as retail use or a restaurant. For the purposes of the analyses, an approximately 4,000 square-foot café/restaurant is assumed to be located at that location as a part of project operations.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 426022, Acres 23.9, Employees 609)
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