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File #: 2020-8254   
Type: Consent Calendar Item
Body: City Council
On agenda: 9/15/2020
Title: Adoption of Resolution Approving Tentative Map No. 8561 for the Subdivision of Eleven Lots on Approximately 12.07 Acres at the North Housing Site Located at 501 Mosley Avenue (PLN20-0099). (Planning, Building and Transportation 481005)
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 - Tentative Map Tract No. 8561, 2. Resolution, 3. Memo, 4. Correspondence
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Adoption of Resolution Approving Tentative Map No. 8561 for the Subdivision of Eleven Lots on Approximately 12.07 Acres at the North Housing Site Located at 501 Mosley Avenue (PLN20-0099). (Planning, Building and Transportation 481005)
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To: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

On August 17, 2020, the City of Alameda (City) Planning Board held a public hearing and unanimously approved a Development Plan and Density Bonus application by the Alameda Housing Authority (AHA) for development of up to 586 units of permanent supportive housing, affordable senior housing, and affordable family housing on the North Housing site. The Planning Board approved the project pursuant to Government Code Section 65913.4 (SB 35), which establishes ministerial approval of infill affordable housing projects. The Planning Board also recommended the City Council approve Tentative Map Tract No. 8561 for the proposed subdivision of eleven lots on approximately 12.07 acres on the North Housing site in order to facilitate implementation of the Development Plan.
BACKGROUND

The North Housing site described in this report is an approximately 12.19 gross acre site located between Estuary Park to the north, the Alameda Landing "Tripointe" neighborhood to the east, the Carmel townhome neighborhood to the west, and Coast Guard housing to the south. The 12.19 gross acre North Housing site is comprised of approximately 12.07 acres owned by AHA at 501 Mosley Avenue (AHA Land) and an approximately .12-acre area of land (City Land) located adjacent to Mosley Avenue that AHA intends to acquire from the City. The site is approximately one block from AC Transit line 96 and the Alameda Landing shopping center. The buildings on-site today were developed by the federal government in 1969 for Navy personnel housing and related services.

In 2005, the Coast Guard vacated the site, and in 2007 the Navy declared the property to be surplus. The site has not b...

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