Zoning: Heavy Industrial (IH)
General Plan Land Use Designation: Industrial
The Project Applicant seeks to demolish all existing on-site structures and re-develop the site as a warehouse distribution facility with approximately 270,337 square feet (s.f.) of building area. Of the total building square footage, the Project would allocate 255,337 s.f. for ground floor space and 15,000 s.f. for mezzanine space. Development of the Project site would require demolition of the existing buildings and structures, on-site landscaping, and on-site parking. The proposed building would be a one-story, 48-foot-tall speculative warehouse/ distribution facility with office. The Project includes surface parking with 251 parking spaces including 135 standard automobile parking stalls, 7 accessible parking stalls, 25 electric vehicle parking stalls, and 84 additional standard stalls within the truck court. The Project would further include 48 truck trailer parking spaces located south of the building near the building’s 54 proposed dock doors. A new 5’ sidewalk would be constructed along East Airport Drive to provide pedestrian access from the public street to the primary building entrances. Bike racks also would be provided near the building entrance and electrical room. Ornamental landscaping, lighting, walls, and utility infrastructure improvements/connections would be installed per compliance with the City's Municipal Code. Vehicular access would be provided via 2 driveways connecting with East Airport Drive. A 14-foot-high concrete screen wall would border the Project site’s southern boundary along the trailer parking spaces, which would transition to an 8-foot-high black tube steel gate from the gate entry to the truck driveways connecting with East Airport Drive. An 8-foot-high painted tube steel fence would border the Project’s eastern and western boundaries. Although the future building user is not presently known, the proposed building is assumed to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 270337, Acres 13.08, Employees 226)
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