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Type: Regular Agenda Item
Body: Planning Board
On agenda: 5/29/2018
Title: Public Hearing to Consider a Recommendation to Approve the Master Plan, Density Bonus Application, and Environmental Impact Report for the Alameda Marina Property Located at 1815 Clement Avenue (APN 071-0288-003 and 071-0257-004) in the Northern Waterfront Priority Development Area
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 Alameda Marina Master Plan, 2. Exhibit 2 Alameda Marina Market Analysis, 3. Exhibit 3 Affordable Housing Density Bonus Application, 4. Exhibit 4 Final and Draft Environmental Impact Reports, 5. Exhibit 5 Draft California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Resolution, 6. Exhibit 6 Draft Master Plan Resolution, 7. Item 7-A Public Comment 5-30-18
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Public Hearing to Consider a Recommendation to Approve the Master Plan, Density Bonus Application, and Environmental Impact Report for the Alameda Marina Property Located at 1815 Clement Avenue (APN 071-0288-003 and 071-0257-004) in the Northern Waterfront Priority Development Area

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To: Honorable President and
Members of the Planning Board

From: Andrew Thomas
Assistant Community Development Director

Re: Public Hearing to Consider a Recommendation to Approve the Master Plan, Density Bonus Application, and Environmental Impact Report for the Alameda Marina Property Located at 1815 Clement Avenue (APN 071-0288-003 and 071-0257-004) in the Northern Waterfront Priority Development Area

BACKGROUND

The Alameda Marina property is a 44-acre site located on Clement Avenue between Alameda Marina Drive and Willow Street in the Northern Waterfront Priority Development Area. The site is bordered by Alameda Municipal Power facilities to the west, the Navy Operational Support Center to the east, and a variety of light industrial, retail and residential uses along the south side of Clement Avenue. The site is comprised of approximately 27 acres of uplands and submerged lands owned by Pacific Shops, Inc. ("the applicant") and an adjacent 17 acres of waterfront land and submerged lands owned by the City in trust for the State of California ("Tidelands") that are leased to the applicant.

In 1990, the City Council amended the City of Alameda General Plan to designate Alameda Marina and other industrial and maritime sites along the Northern Waterfront for future mixed use development.

In 2012, the City Council amended the General Plan and Alameda Municipal Code (AMC) to designate 21.62 acres of the non-Tidelands portion of Alameda Marina land as a multifamily housing opportunity site in support of future mixed use development on the property. The site's Mixed Use Zoning District (MX) zoning designation with a Multifamily Residential Combining...

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