The project would rezone the site to Planned Development (PD) and redevelop the site with 21 single-family homes, which would include four affordable units. Fourteen out of the 21 homes would also include an accessory dwelling unit (ADU). The single-family homes would be two-stories, approximately 26-28 feet in height, and would be between 1,600 square feet (sf) and 3,500 sf in size. All but four of the single-family homes would be detached. The remaining four would be attached in pairs. Four of the 14 ADUs would be attached to the single-family homes, and nine would be located above detached garages in the rear yards. The project would have a net density of 8.64 dwelling units per acre. A State Density Bonus is proposed to secure the additional units, which would allow a 33.5% density increase, or a total of eight additional dwelling units if the project builds four low-income units on-site. The project requests two Density Bonus incentives. The first incentive pertains to San José Municipal Code Section 19.36.020, which requires the continuation of street that can be continued, whereas Browning Street is proposed to be a cul-de-sac. The second incentive pertains to Municipal Code Section 19.36.180, which requires minimum 5,000 sf lot sizes, whereas the project would have lot sizes less than 5,000 sf.