PA17-066 1650 South Delaware Street  (AAA Office Building)

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REVISED: 

August 20, 2018
 

LOCATION: 

1650 S. Delaware Street 

APN: 

035-200-120  

 
 
APPLICANT: 

David M. Wilbur

339 S. Antonio Road, Suite 2B
Los Altos, CA  94022
(650) 793-5000


  
CONTACT: 

Roscoe Mata
Sr. Planning
(650) 522-7214


rmata@cityofsanmateo.org

PROJECT UPDATE:


The Planning Application was filed on December 4, 2017. 

A Planning Commission Public Hearing was held on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 and the project was approved by a vote of (5-0). 

RELATED DOCUMENTS:


     •    Project Plans:  (Current)  –  May 30, 2018   
     •    Project Plans:  (Prior)  –  April 17, 2018 
     •    Project Plans:  (Prior)  –  October 24, 2017     

OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS:


     •    Transportation Demand Management Plan  –  July 2018 
     •    Traffic Impact Analysis  –  June 2018 
     •    Air Quality Technical Report  –  June 2018 
     •    Noise Report  –  November 2017       
     •    Phase I Environmental Assessment   –  January 2014 

PAST MEETINGS:


     •    Planning Commission (Public Hearing):  Meeting Materials  –  August 17, 2018 
     •    Planning Commission (Public Hearing):  Video  –  August 17, 2018 
     •    Planning Commission (Study Session):  Meeting Materials  –  April 25, 2017 
     •    Planning Commission (Study Session):  Video  –  April 25, 2017 
     •    Neighborhood Meeting:  Minutes  –  March 23, 2017
  

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:


The project is to demolish the existing office building, remove the existing 26 trees on the site, and construct an approximately 123,241 square foot five-story structure for 73 residential apartment units including an at-grade parking garage containing 98 vehicular parking spaces and 96 long-term bicycle spaces.  Eight (8) short-term bike spaces are provided at the front of the building.  The proposed multi-family building consists of a combination of one and two-bedroom units, ranging from 773 square feet to 1,472 square feet and includes a fitness room, common and private opens spaces areas, and a leasing office.  The 73 residential rental units includes six (6) below market rate units to be provided at the very low-income level and includes a 35% density bonus for providing the maximum affordable units at the very low-income level.  In addition to providing the below market rate units, the applicant requested a concession for a reduction in the parking stall widths.