The Project proposes to construct a new mixed-use development consisting of multi-family residential units and restaurant uses. The Project would construct 131 multifamily dwelling units and 23,476 square feet (SF) of amenity space consisting of a 9,770 SF roof deck, a 7,380 SF pool plaza, a 5,356 SF spa plaza, and a 527 SF upper lounge. The Project also proposes 10,550 SF of restaurant space on the corner of Eureka Street and Brookside Avenue. The proposed apartment building would be 4-stories with a maximum height of 55 feet from grade. The proposed restaurant buildings would be 30 feet in height. The Project would be accessed via four proposed driveways: two along Brookside Avenue, one along Eureka Street, and one along West Citrus Avenue. The Project would develop a ground floor and subterranean parking garage located beneath the proposed residential building. The Project also proposes a single-level parking structure beneath the apartment building with approximately 100 covered parking spaces to serve future residents. Access to this parking structure would be provided the internal access lane to the north of the proposed residential building. In addition to the proposed parking structure, the Project also proposes a surface lot for with 110 spaces for restaurant employees, restaurant patrons, and guests.
The Project would install a variety of ornamental shrubs and groundcovers for a total of 18,223 SF of landscape area. The proposed Project would dedicate 4 feet of right-of-way to Eureka Street. The Project would construct new 8-foot-wide sidewalks along Eureka Street, Citrus Avenue, and Brookside Avenue. New curb and gutter are proposed along the northeast property line. A new curb is also proposed along a portion of the northwest property line. The Project would install new onsite potable water infrastructure that would connect to existing 12-inch domestic water lines in Brookside Avenue and Eureka Street. Additionally, the Project would install fire water lines onsite that would connect to the existing and proposed 12-inch domestic water lines in Brookside Avenue and Eureka Street. The Project would install two new 14-inch onsite sewer lines that would connect to the existing 14-inch sewer line in First Street and a new 14-inch sewer line in Eureka Street that would connect to the existing 8-inch sewer line in North Eureka Street. The Project also proposes to realign existing public and private sewer lines within the site. The Project would install new storm drain lines throughout the site and realign existing storm drain lines. Two corrugated metal pipe (CMP) underground storage systems are proposed: one in the northeastern portion of the Project site and the other in the northwestern portion of the Project site.