The Proposed Project would involve the construction and operation of a mixed-use development with a total building area of 268,000 square feet (SF) and an approximate height of 75 feet, including a self-storage use (three levels totaling 186,000 gross square feet (GSF) with 1,480 storage units), an industrial warehouse use (one level totaling 72,000 GSF with ten loading docks), and an office/retail use (a mezzanine totaling 10,000 GSF). The Project’s proposed 72,000 GSF of warehouse use includes 10,000 GSF of potential future square footage to account for the potential future acquisition of a 0.23-acre parcel currently occupied by a single residential dwelling unit. Additionally, proposed associated facilities and improvements include perimeter fencing, onsite and perimeter landscaping, lighting, exterior sidewalks, and pavement for on-site parking spaces. Under the Specific Plan, the parking lot area would be used periodically for City-sponsored outdoor events outside of the Project’s warehouse/industrial component operating hours.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 268000, Acres 6.33, Employees 40)
Specific Plan, Site Plan, Rezone, Development Agreement
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