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File #: 17-343    Version: 1 Name: SLTC Mixed-Use Residential
Type: Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: Planning Commission
Meeting Date: 6/15/2017 Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: PLN16-0067; Modification of a Planned Development and Site Plan Review, to permit construction of a seven-story mixed-use residential building, including 13,000 square feet of office on the ground floor and 197 units of multi-family residences on the 3.13-acre southern portion of the San Leandro Technology Campus (SLTC), 601 Parrott Street (to Thornton Avenue to the south). Assessor's Parcel Number 75-47-57-2; Westlake Development Partners, LLC (applicant and property owner).
Sponsors: Cynthia Battenberg
Attachments: 1. PLN16-0067 Vicinity Map.pdf, 2. PLN16-0067 Exhibits A-P, 3. PLN16-0067 Exhibits Q-EE, 4. PLN16-0067 Exhibits FF-TT
Related files: 17-368, 17-394
Title
PLN16-0067; Modification of a Planned Development and Site Plan Review, to permit construction of a seven-story mixed-use residential building, including 13,000 square feet of office on the ground floor and 197 units of multi-family residences on the 3.13-acre southern portion of the San Leandro Technology Campus (SLTC), 601 Parrott Street (to Thornton Avenue to the south). Assessor's Parcel Number 75-47-57-2; Westlake Development Partners, LLC (applicant and property owner).

Staffreport
SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATION

On April 7, 2014, the City Council approved the San Leandro Tech Campus (PLN2013-00045), a Planned Development and Site Plan Review to develop a three phased office/technology campus with up to a maximum of 500,000 square feet of office and other related uses located in multiple buildings on the seven acre project site west of the BART station and owned by Westlake Development Partners, LLC (Westlake). The project is being revised to include a residential component. The City Council approval conditioned that any future residential or housing in the project would require Planning Commission and City Council approval.

The proposed mixed-use residential project complies with the Zoning Code and the City's Downtown TOD Strategy. The proposed project provides needed new housing supply in the City and helps the City to meet its State Regional Housing Needs Allocation Housing goals, particularly for market rate housing, under its Housing Element.

Staff recommends that the Planning Commission recommend to the City Council to approve the proposed project by making the following actions:

A. Adoption of findings that the proposed project is consistent with the assumptions for the project site as presented in the Downtown TOD Strategy EIR and that the proposed project does not result in any new or significant impacts or increase the severity of any significant impacts identified in the Environmental Impact Report prepared for the TOD Strategy. As a r...

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