The 5600 W. Franklin Avenue Project (the “Project”) encompasses a Project area of approximately 18,999 square feet (0.436 acre). 162-166 Douglas, LLC (the “Applicant”) proposes the demolition of an automotive service center and a four (4)-unit residential building and the construction, use and maintenance of a four-story, 41-unit residential building within Subarea A (Neighborhood Conservation) of the Vermont/Western Station Neighborhood Area Plan (SNAP) Specific Plan. Of the 41 dwelling units, five (5) units would be reserved for habitation by Extremely Low Income households. The Project would encompass a total floor area of up to 44,366 square feet resulting in a Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 3.24:1 and would have a maximum building height of 67 feet. The Project would also provide 3,273 square feet of open space area which includes a landscaped rear yard, a roof deck, and a recreation room. The Project includes 41 parking spaces and 32 bicycle parking spaces on the ground floor.
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Residential (Units 41, Acres .43)
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