The proposed Project would be comprised of one, four-story structure, with three floors of lighted parking and lighted rooftop tennis courts. Ground floor parking would include 77 stalls, the second story would include 80 stalls, and the third story would include 82 stalls of parking for a total of 239 parking stalls. Ramps allowing travel between the stories would be located on the north central side of the structure. The height of each story would be 11 feet, and the structure would be 47 feet in height at its tallest point. A two-way vehicular entrance to the structure would be located on the south side of the structure on Durant Avenue. The lobby entrance for pedestrian access would be located on the northwest side of the building at the intersection of Milvia Street and Bancroft Way and would feature a kiosk for payment and elevators. The rooftop tennis courts would feature four tennis courts, and two restrooms would be located on the rooftop as part of the tennis court facilities. The project would include landscaping, fencing, and storage areas. It would not require the expansion of utilities, or waste or maintenance spaces.
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Educational (Parking Structure and Tennis Courts for Berkeley High School )
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