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April 2020 Emeryville Planning Commission Meeting

April 23 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

STUDY SESSION

9.1 BMR Emeryville Center of Innovation (FDP19-002) – A second Study Session to review a proposal for a Final Development Plan to construct two new multi-tenant research and development buildings and a supporting parking garage as part of implementation of the Emeryville Life Sciences Center Planned Unit Development/Preliminary Development Plan (PUD/PDP), also referred to as the “Chiron PUD/PDP” (PUD 93-2), that was approved by the City Council on August 15, 1995. CEQA Status: To Be Determined. General Plan Land Use Classification: Office/Technology and Park/Open Space; Zoning District: Planned Unit Development (PUD-3) (Applicant/Owner: BRE-BMR 53rd LP) (APNs: 49-1041-29-1, -49, 70-2, and 71-2; and 49-1544-1-1, -2, -5, and -6)

10. PUBLIC HEARINGS

10.1 Adeline Springs Extension Request (UPDR17-009) – Consideration of a request for a second one-year extension of a Conditional Use Permit and Design Review permit that was approved by the Planning Commission on March 22, 2018 to demolish an existing 5,866 square foot building (“U.S. Spring”) and construct a new, five story building that will accommodate 29 rental residential units and 4 to 6 live-work units on a 12,528 square foot parcel located at 3637 Adeline Street. The Commission approved the first one-year extension on March 28, 2019. CEQA Status: This project is exempt from environmental review under State CEQA Guidelines Section 15332, which applies to infill development projects. General Plan Land Use Classification: Mixed Use with Residential and Major Transit Hub; Zoning District: Mixed Use with Residential South (MURS) and Transit Hub Overlay (TH) (Applicant/Owner: RB Adeline LLC, Ali Kashani) (APN: 49-481-15)

10.2 Public Market Master Sign Program (SIGN19-017) – Consideration of a Major Sign Permit for a Master Sign Program for the Public Market along Shellmound Street between Shellmound Way and 63rd Street, including adjacent portions of 62nd Street and an interior courtyard. CEQA Status: This project is exempt from environmental review under State CEQA Guidelines Section 15311(a) which applies to placement of on-premises signs; and the “general rule” at Section 15061(b)(3) because it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the proposal may have a significant effect on the environment. General Plan Land Use Classification: Mixed Use with Residential and Major Transit Hub; Zoning District: Planned Unit Development (PUD-2) (Applicant: AG-CCRP Public Market, L.P. c/o City Center Realty Partners, LLC) (Owner: AG-CCRP Public Market, L.P.) (APNs: 49-1556- 7, -15, -16, -17, -22, -23, -24).

10.3 Floor Area Ratio Increase (UP20-002) – Consideration of a Major Conditional Use Permit to add 449 square foot of floor area to an existing mezzanine to expand an existing office use at 1375 55th Street. CEQA Status: this project is exempt from environmental review under State CEQA Guidelines Section 15301(e)(2) which applies to small additions to existing structures; and the “general rule” at Section 15061(b)(3) because it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the proposal may have a significant effect on the environment. General Plan Land Use Classification: Mixed Use with Non-Residential; Zoning District: Mixed Use with Non-Residential (MUN) (Applicant: Claire Mischeaux) (Owner: Weinberg, Rogers & Rosenfeld) (APN: 49-1184-13).

10.4 Bird-Safe Building Standards (ORD20-002) – Consideration of a proposed ordinance amending the Planning Regulations in Title 9 of the Emeryville Municipal Code by adding Article 8 to Chapter 4, and amending Article 7 of Chapter 4, regarding bird-safe building design. CEQA Status: This project is exempt from environmental review under the “common sense exemption” at Section 15061(b)(3) because it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the proposal may have a significant effect on the environment.

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Date:
April 23
Time:
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Website:
http://www.emeryville.org/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/4836

Venue

Emeryville City Hall Council Chambers
1333 Park Ave
Emeryville, CA 94608 United States