Tentative Parcel Map No. 2019-12 was filed by Dirk Poeschel of Dirk Poeschel Land Development Services. The applicant proposes to subdivide the two subject properties into a 4-lot commercial subdivision.
The proposed Project is TPM 2019-12 which proposes to subdivide two existing parcels (APNs: 405-340-23 & 405-340-04) totaling approximately +20 acres into four unequal parcels and develop a total of 249,992 gross square feet of office space, of this amount 225,800 gross square feet is new construction as one building has already been built.
The Project also includes dedication of a bicycle, pedestrian and landscape easement/trail extending through the site from West Alluvial Avenue (Figure 4). This trail will allow movement from the residential neighborhood on the west through the site to the intersection of West Alluvial and North Harrison Avenue and connect to a 10,000 square foot open space area in the northeast portion of the site. The easement will be dedicated to the City. The open space area is set aside by the Applicant and may be enlarged as the design proceeds. The San Joaquin River Bluffs are adjacent to the northern boundary of the project. A portion of the site is currently developed with road, curb, gutter and an existing single-story office building. The remainder of the site is undeveloped and covered with grasses, piles of trash and refuse and old burn piles. The site also has one existing PG&E transmission tower as well as a 50-foot tower easement; a 10-foot PG&E pipeline easement; and a 5-foot telephone easement. The site is bordered by development to the west, south and east.