The project site is zoned for commercial uses (Downtown Shoreline Planned Development District [PD-6], Subarea 6) and has a 1989 General Plan Land Use Designation of Land Use District (LUD) No. 7 (Mixed Uses).
The project consists of the renovation of the existing Shoreline Village Shopping Center located along the shoreline of the Long Beach Harbor at the intersection of Shoreline Drive and Shoreline Village Drive. The project site currently contains 82,368 square feet of commercial land uses, and implementation of the project would result in no net change in the square footage. The project includes the renovation and expansion of existing commercial buildings, demolition of three buildings (two kiosks and one retail building), construction of two retail buildings, construction of a two-level parking deck with attached retail space and bicycle storage space, and the repaving and restriping of the northern and southern surface parking lots adjacent to Shoreline Village Drive. Additional improvements include a new bike path connection between the Rainbow Harbor and Marina Green bike paths, improved internal pedestrian circulation routes, newly remodeled outdoor public areas, improved wayfinding signage, and improvements to on-site view corridors.
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