The Mixed-Use Project includes the development of a new 7-story mixed-use building to be constructed on the southeast portion of the Project Site, including 200 residential units and approximately 2,060 square feet of ground floor commercial on the southeast corner of the Project Site (Proposed Building). The 200 units would all be market-rate and consist of 159 1-bedroom units, 39 2-bedroom units, and 2 studio units. A 3-level 504 space parking structure (Parking Building) would be constructed on the western half of the Project Site. A 10,674 square foot warehouse space (not open to the public) would be located between the Parking Building and surface parking lot along Titus Street. A 12-space surface parking lot would be constructed on the north midpoint of the Project Site accessed from Titus. The Project includes a signage program. The Project Site is currently developed with an existing vacant 14-story building that is comprised of 194 residential units and 9,533 square feet of previously permitted commercial and retail spaces (Existing Building) and a 219-space surface parking lot located at the northeast corner of Van Nuys Boulevard and Titus Street.
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