Harbor View (Jay Paul Company) Proposed Project Update-May 9, 2019
Jay Paul Company submitted a revised Harbor View project proposal, following community meetings and the City’s Architectural Advisory Committee will hold a study session on May 16 to review
The City of Redwood City provided a brief update on the proposed project called Harbor View Place (Jay Paul Company) in February 2019. This blog provides an update and next steps as it relates to the project review process planned for the proposed project on the former Malibu Grand Prix and Lyngso sites.
Revised Harbor View Project Proposal Submitted
Jay Paul Company submitted a revised proposed Harbor View project that includes a reduction in office floor area, a reduction of number of buildings, an increase of open space, and the addition of a community building. The revised proposed project would require a General Plan and Zoning amendment, in that the floor area, building heights and land uses would still exceed the maximum limits and allowed uses under the existing General Plan land use and zone district designations.
For details about the revised proposed project, view the chart below.
Harbor View Proposed Project Comparison
Architectural Advisory Committee Study Session Slated for May 16
Since the February 11, 2019 City Council meeting, the applicant has held two community meetings to introduce preliminary revised project concepts. On May 16, 2019, the Architectural Advisory Committee (AAC) will hold a study session to allow the applicant to present the revised project and obtain feedback from the public and the AAC. The AAC will not make any recommendations at their May 16 meeting. The applicant will be required to return to the AAC at a later date to request a formal recommendation to the Planning Commission.
The Architectural Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public and the community is encouraged to attend to provide input.
Environmental Impact Review Process and Next Steps
The City and their California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) consultant are reviewing and preparing responses received during the Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) public review period that concluded on March 8, 2019. It is anticipated that the Final EIR would contain an analysis of the revised project within the context of the impacts determined for the larger project. A Final EIR would be available later this Fall, to be followed by formal review by the Planning Commission and City Council.
For more details about this proposed project, go here.
For other current proposed projects in Redwood City, go here.
For online mapping tools to view where proposed projects are located, web maps, a map gallery and online property look up and other options, go here.