The proposed project is a six-story, 77'-6" tall, residential development project at the corner of Broadway and Ludeman Lane that would provide 99 residential units in a 114,010 square feet residential building including two commercial spaces (totaling 3,100 square feet), a common area and podium with 24 parking spaces. The project will provide 50% units for households making at or below 80%% area income (low-income affordability level). Applicant seeks concessions for setbacks and a waiver for the height limit requirement and may request additional concessions and waivers as the design is further developed. The unit mix, includes:
- Studios: 34 Units
- 1 Bedroom: 10 Units
- 2 Bedroom: 26 Units
- 3 Bedroom: 29 Units
- Applicant: AMG and Associates, LLC
- Application Review Status: Under Review
- Contact Information: Kimberly Calica, 818-380-2600
- Entitlement: A notice of intent to apply for approval under the Streamlined Ministerial Approval Process in State Government Code 65913.4 (enacted by SB 35-2017) has been submitted and a notice of intent to apply for State Density Bonus Law in State Government Code 65915 (enacted by SB 2345).
- Project Status: Under review
- Property Owner: Green Hills Park, LLC
- Public Comments:
Public Oversight Meeting
According to State Government Code 65913.4, (3), (d), (1) "Any design review or public oversight of the development may be conducted by the local government's planning commission or any equivalent board or commission responsible for review and approval of development projects, or the city council or board of supervisors, as appropriate. The design review or public oversight shall be objective and be strictly focused on assessing compliance with criteria required for streamlined projects, as well as any reasonable objective design standards published and adopted by ordinance or resolution by a local jurisdiction before submission of a development application, and shall be broadly applicable to development within the jurisdiction."
A public oversight meeting by the Planning Commission will be held focused strictly on State Government Section Code 65913.4 compliance criteria and objective design standards that were in effect before the application submittal date. The City will mail a courtesy meeting notice to all property owners who live within 300 feet of the proposed project site. This notice will include information about the date and time for the public oversight meeting, which will be held via video teleconference.
An incorrect meeting date was published in the San Mateo Daily Journal on November 2, 2021. This meeting date is incorrect. The City will provide a courtesy public notice of the meeting 10 days in advance.
Email the Planning Division or call 650-259-2341.