Zoning: PD-26 West Long Beach Business Parks Planned Development District; GP Desgination: "I" (Industrial)
The proposed project includes the construction of a new 60-foot-tall, 517,437 square foot combination warehouse and distribution center with accessory offices. Goods would be imported via the nearby Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach, sorted, and stored on-site, and then distributed nationally from the project site. The project site would be developed with 542 parking stalls and 174 loading/trailer parking spaces, all in an open surface parking field. Access to the project site would be via two driveways located along Via Oro Avenue or one driveway located on Carson Street. The proposed project would include the requested street vacation of Via Alcalde Avenue, located on the eastern boundary of the project site. This right-of-way, once vacated, would become part of the site to be used for vehicle and truck parking and for on-site truck turning and maneuvering. The proposed project would require approvals by the Long Beach Planning Commission and approvals and adoption by the Long Beach City Council, including the following discretionary approvals: Site Plan Review approval by the Planning Commission; Lot Merger approval by the Planning Commission or Zoning Administrator; Street Vacation General Plan Conformity Finding for Via Alcalde Avenue by the Planning Commission; and approval of a Right-of-Way Vacation for Via Alcalde Avenue by the City Council following project approval and EIR certification by Planning Commission. In addition, ministerial permits, including grading permits, building permits, and public works permits, would be issued by the City to allow site preparation and construction of the proposed project and off-site project infrastructure connections.
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Commercial (Sq. Ft. 517437, Acres 26.47, Employees 350), Industrial (Square feet, acres, and employees are combined with Commercial)(Sq. Ft. 517437, Acres 26.47, Employees 350)
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