US 131 Terminal Court Owner, LLC (project sponsor), is proposing construction and operation of the Infinite 131 Project (proposed project), which would include demolition of approximately 126,750 square feet (sf) of industrial and operational uses that are currently occupied by the Golden Gate Produce Terminal, along with approximately 116,572 sf of open-air structures (e.g., loading docks, trash compactor areas), on a 17.67-acre site (i.e., the project site). In its place, the proposed project would construct approximately 1.7 million sf of research-and-development (R&D) uses and amenities within six buildings, ranging from two to six-stories, along with two parking garages and additional surface parking. Landscaping would also be provided. The proposed project would require general plan, specific plan, and zoning code amendments to change the existing land use and zoning designations from Mixed Industrial High (MIH) to Business Technology Park High (BTP-H) and allow development of the R&D campus. In addition, five parcels north of the project site at 120 Terminal Court, 196 Produce Avenue, 160 Produce Avenue, and 140 Produce Avenue (APNs 015-113-350, 015-113-290, 015-113-340, 015-113-330, 015-113-320), which are currently designated and zoned as MIH, would also seek general plan, specific plan and zoning code amendments to be redesignated as BTP-H (referred to as the off-site redesignation parcels). However, the proposed project would not include the construction of any new uses as part of redesignation of these parcels.
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Other (1.7 milion sf of R&D and amenity uses; 3,510 employees)
General Plan Amendment, Rezone, Specific Plan Amendment
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