SCH Number 2018112070
- Waterfront Ballpark District at Howard Terminal
- This Draft EIR describes the proposed Project (detailed below) and the existing environmental setting and analyzes and discloses the direct and indirect potentially significant impacts that could result from construction and operation of the proposed Project. The Project includes a “Maritime Reservation Scenario,” which involves an alternative site plan should the Port of Oakland exercise an option at any point within approximately 10 years from May 13, 2019, to terminate the Project sponsor’s development rights to an approximately 10-acre portion of the Project site, if the Port deems that area necessary to accommodate the expansion of the turning basin that is used to turn large vessels within Oakland’s Inner Harbor, in accordance with the Exclusive Negotiation Term Sheet for Howard Terminal between the Port and the Project sponsor dated May 13, 2019. The Draft EIR also analyzes two Project “variants,” consisting of project features that have the potential to become part of the Project ("Peaker Power Plant" and "Aerial Gondola", in addition to four alternatives to the Project, including a No Project alternative. The Project would construct a new open-air waterfront multi-purpose Major League Baseball (MLB) ballpark with a capacity of up to 35,000-persons (“Ballpark”); mixed use development including up to 3,000 residential units, up to 1.5 million square feet of office/commercial (which could include a range of commercial uses, such as general administrative and professional office, and life sciences/research), and up to approximately 270,000 square feet of retail uses; an approximately 50,000 square-foot indoor performance venue with capacity of up to 3,500 persons; up to approximately 280,000 square-feet of hotel space including up to 400 rooms in one or more buildings and supportive conference facilities; a network of approximately 18.3 acres of privately-owned, publicly-accessible open spaces; and a maximum of approximately 8,900 total parking spaces at full buildout. Approximately 2,000 parking spaces would be shared by the Ballpark and the performance venue, and the remaining 6,900 parking spaces would serve residential and commercial uses on the site. The proposed Project would demolish all existing buildings and structures on the Howard Terminal site except the four existing shipping container cranes, which may be retained. As proposed by the Project Sponsor, the proposed Project would be developed in multiple phases: Phase 1 and followed by development of the remainder of the site, which together is total “Buildout”. The Project sponsor proposes a transportation program that includes a Transportation Management Plan (TMP) that would allow the Project to achieve the 20 percent vehicle trip reduction (VTR) requirement of AB 734. Also to meet requirements of AB 734, the proposed Project would not generate any net additional greenhouse gas emissions through a combination of measures. The Project would be designed and constructed to receive Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for the ballpark and nonresidential construction and achieve LEED Gold or GreenPoint equivalent rating for residential uses, as required by AB 734. The Project sponsor is seeking amendments to regional plans prepared by the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, and proposes a boundary settlement and exchange agreement between the Port and the California State Lands Commission to accommodate the proposed Project.
4 documents in project
|NOD||City of Oakland||Waterfront Ballpark District at Howard Terminal RTC/FEIR|
|RC||City of Oakland||Waterfront Ballpark District at Howard Terminal RTC/FEIR|
|EIR||City of Oakland||Waterfront Ballpark District at Howard Terminal|
|NOP||City of Oakland||Oakland Waterfront Ballpark District|