The Project includes the development of a new 416,915-square-foot building comprised of 441 residential units, including six live-work units and 66 dwelling units set aside for Very Low-Income Households, and 16,120 square feet of ground-floor commercial space within an eight-story building with a maximum height of 96 feet. The Project would provide 549 vehicular parking spaces (501 residential spaces and 48 commercial spaces) located within two subterranean parking levels. The Project include 47,085 square feet of open space, including 39,785 square feet of common open space and 7,300 square feet of private open space. The Project would result in a total floor area of approximately 416,915 square feet with a floor area ratio (FAR) of 4:1.
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