Village Trailer Park Development Agreement Project

by WestsideDB on June 4, 2012 · 1 comment

in Community Issues

The proposed project would involve the closure of the existing Village Trailer Park and development of a 399,581-square-foot mixed-use project with 393 residential units, 105,334 square feet of creative office, and 11,710 square feet of neighborhood-serving retail.  The project’s 117,044 square feet of commercial space would include 105,334 square feet of creative/office space and 11,710 square feet of neighborhood serving retail fronting Colorado Avenue.

 

The residential uses would include 166 apartment units; 109 of these apartment units would be subject to Santa Monica’s rent control ordinance with approximately 52 deed restricted as affordable housing. The remaining 57 apartment units would be market-rate apartments. The proposed project also includes 227 market rate condominium units consisting of lofts, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units.

 

A two-level, 778-space subterranean parking garage would be provided under the proposed development. The proposed project would include the development and dedication of the proportionate extension on the project site of Pennsylvania Avenue from Stewart Street to Stanford Street. On the project site, the street would be constructed at grade over a section of the project’s subterranean parking garage. In addition, a new north-south road (New Road) would be developed along the site’s western border from Colorado Avenue to the site’s southern property line.

 

In accordance with CEQA, a Draft EIR with Appendices for the project has been prepared and is now available for a 45-day public review period. Comments may be submitted, in writing, by 5:30 p.m. on December 2, 2011. Contact Planner Jing Yeo, Special Projects Manager, at jing.yeo@smgov.net

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Once the Final EIR (Environmental Impact Report) is completed and posted, there will be a public hearing at the City Council to certify the FEIR and to decide whether the city should sign a Development Agreement with the developer. You can email City Council members at Council@smgov.net

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