The General Plan land use designation is High Density Residential and Boulevard Mixed Use. The project site is zones Compact Residential and Boulevard Commercial. The project site is currently vacant and disturbed.
The mixed-use project includes two buildings with a total of 173 apartments and 8,000 square feet of commercial space. A four-story building would face Shiloh Road with an entry plaza, two commercial spaces on the ground floor, and 48 apartments on the upper floors. A five-story building oriented to Business Park Court would include 125 apartments, a 3,000-square foot community room, swimming pool, bocce court and other amenities. Access would be provided via two driveways on Business Park Court. The project includes a total of 15 studio units (576 SF); 70 one-bedroom units (626 SF); 44 two-bedroom units (928 SF); and 44 three-bedroom units (1,079 SF).
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