The Project Site is improved with a vacant 7,450 square foot commercial retail
building. The site is in the [Q]C4-1L-CDO zone and is designated for Community Commercial land uses in the Wilshire Community Plan
The project includes the demolition of a one-story commercial building and surface parking areas for the construction of a 66,166 square foot (sf) mixed-use residential and commercial project with 81 dwelling units, 3,047 sf of retail space, and 971 sf of restaurant space. The floor area ratio is 2.94:1. The project proposes seven-stories and a maximum height of 83' -9" above grade with one level of subterranean parking. Of the 81 dwelling units, 15 percent of the base density (9 units) would be reserved at the “Very Low Income” level. The project would provide a total of 105 vehicle parking spaces and 160 bicycle parking spaces. Approximately 10,402 sf of open space and amenity areas would be provided
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