The developer of 299 Valencia Street is quietly testing the waters over Planning to raze the shuttered gas station on 23rd Street between Valencia and San Jose Avenue and construct a five-story building with 42 dwelling units over ground floor retail and 31 off-street parking spaces on the 1198 Valencia Street site that’s undergoing environmental remediation.
Zoned for 55 feet, the proposed building would rise to a height of roughly 52 feet and yield 41,940 square feet of residential and 5,850 square feet of retail. The proposed 4,800 square foot of garage would incorporate a mechanical stacking system to accommodate the proposed 31 cars with a curb cut and driveway on 23rd.
Considered a “large lot development” of over 9,999 square feet, with a proposed retail space of over 3,000 square feet, and seeking a proposed parking rate of 0.74 spaces per dwelling in an area where 0.5 spaces per dwelling are permitted, unlike the approved development at 1050 Valencia, 1198 Valencia Street will require Conditional Use Authorization from Planning to proceed.
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