Antelope Valley Commerce Center

2 Documents in Project

Summary

SCH Number
2022090009
Lead Agency
City of Palmdale
Document Title
Antelope Valley Commerce Center
Document Type
EIR - Draft EIR
Received
Present Land Use
Office Flex/Employment Flex
Document Description
The Project Applicant, AVCC Master, LLC proposes to entitle and develop the Project on a 432.9 gross-acre undeveloped site located in the City of Palmdale, Los Angeles County, California. The Project would allow for the phased development of a master-planned commerce center containing industrial, commercial, and open space land uses, as well as roadways and supporting infrastructure. The four phases of development would allow for a maximum of 8,302,536 square feet (s.f.) of building footprint, to be comprised of approximately 8,241,552 s.f. of industrial and 60,984 s.f. of commercial uses. Associated improvements to the Project site would include, but are not limited to, paved roads, paved parking areas, drive aisles, truck courts, utility infrastructure, landscaping, water quality basins, signage, lighting, property walls, gates, and interior and perimeter fencing. Buildout of the Project would be phased; six industrial buildings are proposed in the first phase. The proposed Project consists of applications for the discretionary approvals: General Plan Amendment (GPA 22-001) to change the site’s General Plan land use designation from Employment Flex (EMPFX) to Specific Plan (SP); Zone Change (ZC 22-001) to change the site’s zoning classification from Office Flex (OFX) to Specific Plan (SP); Antelope Valley Commerce Center Specific Plan (SPL 22-001) that sets forth standards and guidance for the development and phasing of industrial, commercial, and open space uses with supporting infrastructure on the Project site; Tentative Parcel Map 83738 to subdivide the Project site into 15 numbered lots and two lettered lots to facilitate buildout of the Specific Plan; Site Plan Review (SPR 22-008) pertaining to the development of six proposed buildings and supporting infrastructure in the Project’s first phase of development; and, Development Agreement (DA 22-001) which contains terms between the City and the Project Applicant pertaining to implementation of the Project. Buildout of the Project would be phased; six industrial buildings are proposed in the first phase. Building 1 would be developed in the north central portion of the Project site (on Parcel 1 of TPM 83738) and would include 126,670 s.f. of warehouse space and 10,000 s.f. of office space for a total of 136,670 s.f. of building area. Office space is proposed at the northeastern and northwestern corners of the building. A 28-foot-wide fire lane is designed around the perimeter of the building. Building 1 would have a total of 22 docking doors for trucks along the southern side of the building. A total of 114 parking stalls for passenger vehicles, electric vehicles, and accessible parking would be provided on all sides of the building. Access to the Building 1 site would be accommodated through two driveways (Driveway 5 and Driveway 6) along Columbia Way / East Avenue M and both driveways would accommodate access for both passenger vehicles and trucks. Proposed Driveways 5 and 6 located along Columbia Way / East Avenue M would be restricted access (right-in/right-out only) because a median restricting left turns would be installed as part of the Project along Columbia Way / East Avenue M. Building 2 would be developed in the northcentral portion of the Project site (on proposed Parcel 2 of TPM 83738) and would include 134,306 s.f. of warehouse space and 10,000 s.f. of office space for a total of 144,306 s.f. of building area. Office space is proposed at the northeastern and northwestern corners of the building. A 28-foot-wide fire lane is designed around the perimeter of the building. Building 2 would have a total of 25 docking doors for trucks along the southern side of the building. A total of 119 parking stalls for passenger vehicles, electric vehicles, and accessible parking would be provided on all sides of the building. Access to the Building 2 site would be accommodated via two driveways (Driveway 6 and Driveway 7) along Columbia Way / East Avenue M and would accommodate access for both passenger vehicles and trucks. Driveways 6 and 7 located along Columbia Way / East Avenue M would be restricted access (right-in/right-out only) because a median restricting left turns would be installed as part of the Project along Columbia Way / East Avenue M. Building 3 would be developed in the northeastern portion of the Project site (on proposed Parcel 3 of TPM 83738) and would include 122,695 s.f. of warehouse space and 10,000 s.f. of office space for a total of 132,695 s.f. of building area. Office space is proposed at the northeastern and northwestern corners of the building. A 28-foot-wide fire lane would be provided around the perimeter of the building. Building 3 would have a total of 18 docking doors for trucks along the southern side of the building. A total of 119 parking stalls for passenger vehicles, electric vehicles, and accessible parking would be provided on all sides of the building. Access to the Building 3 site would be accommodated via one driveway along Columbia Way / East Avenue M, and one driveway along Public Street B. The driveway (Driveway 7) along Columbia Way / East Avenue M would accommodate access for both passenger vehicles and trucks and be restricted access (right-in/right-out only) because a median restricting left turns would be installed as part of the Project along Columbia Way / East Avenue M. Driveway 8 along Public Street B would accommodate passenger vehicles only. Building 4 would be developed in the central portion of the Project site (on proposed Parcel 4 of TPM 83738) and would include 660,469 s.f. of warehouse space and 20,000 s.f. of office space for a total of 680,469 s.f. of building area. Office space is proposed at all four corners of the building. A 28-foot-wide fire lane is designed around the perimeter of the building. Building 4 would have a total of 107 docking doors for trucks along the northern and southern sides of the building, with 53 docking doors on the northern side and 54 docking doors in the southern side of the building. A total of 441 parking stalls for passenger vehicles, electric vehicles, and accessible parking would be provided on all sides of the building, and a total of 243 trailer parking stalls would be provided on the northern and southern sides of the building. Access to the Building 4 site would be accommodated via four driveways along Public Street A. The northernmost and southernmost driveways (Driveways 1 and 4) along Public Street A would accommodate access for both passenger vehicles and trucks and the two central driveways (Driveways 2 and 3) along Public Street A would accommodate passenger vehicles only. Building 5 would be developed in the central portion of the Project site (on proposed Parcel 5 of TPM 83738) and would include 984,228 s.f. of warehouse space and 20,000 s.f. of office space for a total of 1,004,228 s.f. of building area. Office space is proposed at all four corners of the building. A 28-foot-wide fire lane is designed around the perimeter of the building. Building 5 would have a total of 184 docking doors for trucks along the northern and southern sides of the building, with 92 docking doors on each side of the building. A total of 582 parking stalls for passenger vehicles, electric vehicles, and accessible parking would be provided on all sides of the building, and a total of 411 trailer parking stalls would be provided on the northern and southern sides of the building. Access to the Building 5 site would be accommodated via four driveways along Public Street B. The northernmost and southernmost driveways (Driveways 9 and 12) along Public Street B would accommodate access for both passenger vehicles and trucks, while the central driveways (Driveways 10 and 11) along Public Street B would accommodate passenger vehicles only. Building 6 would be developed in the eastern portion of the Project site (on proposed Parcel 6 of TPM 83738) and would include 259,858 s.f. of warehouse space and 15,000 s.f. of office space for a total of 274,858 s.f. of building area. Office space is proposed at the northeastern and northwestern corners of the building. A 28-foot-wide fire lane is designed around the perimeter of the building. Building 6 would have a total of 38 docking doors for trucks along the southern side of the building. A total of 249 parking stalls for passenger vehicles, electric vehicles, and accessible parking would be provided on the northern, western, and southern side of the building, and a total of 61 trailer parking stalls would be provided on the southern side of the building. Access to the Building 6 site would be accommodated via three proposed driveways along Public Street B. The northernmost and southernmost driveways (Driveways 9 and 11) along Public Street B would accommodate access for both passenger vehicles and trucks, while the central driveway (Driveway 10) along Public Street B would accommodate passenger vehicles only.

Contact Information

Name
Megan Taggart
Agency Name
City of Palmdale
Job Title
Director of Economic and Community Development
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency

Location

Cities
Palmdale
Counties
Los Angeles
Regions
Countywide, Southern California
Cross Streets
Columbia Way/East Avenue M; Sierra highway
Zip
93550
Total Acres
432.9
Jobs
9888
Parcel #
3126-022-926, -927, -928, -929
State Highways
Highway 138, SR 14
Railways
UPRR
Airports
USAF Plant 42/Palmdale Regional
Schools
N/A
Waterways
N/A
Township
6N
Range
12W
Section
1& 2
Base
SBBM

Notice of Completion

State Review Period Start
State Review Period End
State Reviewing Agencies
California Air Resources Board (ARB), California Department of Conservation (DOC), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Inland Deserts Region 6 (CDFW), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW), California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT), California Department of Transportation, Division of Aeronautics (DOT), California Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation Planning (DOT), California Department of Water Resources (DWR), California Fish and Game Commission (CDFGC), California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (OES), California Highway Patrol (CHP), California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Natural Resources Agency, California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Lahontan Victorville Region 6 (RWQCB), Office of Historic Preservation, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water
Development Types
Commercial (Sq. Ft. 60984, Acres 7.18, Employees 135), Industrial (Sq. Ft. 8241552, Acres 425.72, Employees 9753)
Local Actions
General Plan Amendment, Specific Plan, Rezone, Land Division (Subdivision, etc.)
Project Issues
Aesthetics, Agriculture and Forestry Resources, Air Quality, Biological Resources, Cultural Resources, Cumulative Effects, Drainage/Absorption, Economics/Jobs, Energy, Flood Plain/Flooding, Geology/Soils, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Growth Inducement, Hazards & Hazardous Materials, Hydrology/Water Quality, Land Use/Planning, Mandatory Findings of Significance, Mineral Resources, Noise, Population/Housing, Public Services, Recreation, Schools/Universities, Septic System, Sewer Capacity, Solid Waste, Transportation, Tribal Cultural Resources, Utilities/Service Systems, Vegetation, Wetland/Riparian, Wildfire
Local Review Period Start
Local Review Period End

Attachments

Draft Environmental Document [Draft IS, NOI_NOA_Public notices, OPR Summary Form, Appx,]

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