Del Grande Redevelopment
Comments Welcome: Please send all written comments to email@example.com, or at the address listed below with “Parkview Mixed Use Development” as the subject
City Council Meeting: The Project is tentatively scheduled for review by the City Council on December 3rd, 2019. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Additional information including the meeting agenda (and item number assigned to the project) will be available on November 27, 2019.
The City is reviewing an application for a new mixed-use development project at the former "Del Grande Auto Center". The property is located between Downtown Campbell and the Pruneyard Shopping Center and adjacent to Campbell Park. The L-shaped project site is an assemblage of five parcels comprising approximately 1.63 (gross) acres (540, 558 and 566 East Campbell Avenue and 24 and 34 Dillon Avenue).
- For general information about the proposal and process, please contact the Project Planner:
Cindy McCormick, Senior Planner; firstname.lastname@example.org (408) 871-5103
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Location: 540, 558 and 566 East Campbell Avenue and 24 and 34 Dillon Avenue
General Plan Land Use Designation: Central Commercial
Area Plan: East Campbell Avenue Master Plan
Zoning Designation: Planned Development
Application File #s: PLN2016-378; PLN2016-380; PLN2016-381; PLN2016-382; PLN2016-383
Applicant / Property Owner: Cresleigh Homes
Project Name: Parkview Mixed Use Development
Application Summary: The proposal consists of 6,512 square feet of ground level commercial space and 59 for-sale residential condominium units. Commercial parking is proposed on the ground level and residential parking is proposed on the second level. The project also proposes three stories of residential for-sale condominium units above the parking and commercial floors. The project includes a Density Bonus request which allows two (2) development concessions (height and open space), as well as reduced parking standards, given the proximity to Light Rail. In exchange for this density bonus, the project includes nine (9) low-income affordable housing units. The 59 units (including the low-income units) are comprised of nineteen (19) 1-bedroom units ranging from 722 to 1,158 square feet in area, and forty (40) 2-bedroom units ranging from 1,021 to 1,542 square feet in area.
Plans: The Site Plan and Elevations can be accessed through the links below. The full set of plans are available for public review at the City Planning Department during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, excluding holidays. **Scroll down to bottom of this page for images**
Plans (October 14, 2019) <-- Click here to review the plans
Comments Welcome: Please send all written comments to email@example.com, or at the address listed below with “Parkview Mixed Use Development” as the subject. Public agencies providing comments are asked to include a contact person for the agency.
Cindy McCormick, Senior Planner
70 N. 1st Street; Campbell CA 95008
SARC Meeting:On August 13, 2019, the which is a sub-committee of the Planning Commission, reviewed the proposed architectural design and site layout. The ,Agenda and Staff Memo for the project is posted online (<-- click on the link).
Environmental Review: The City has reviewed the proposal to determine whether it could have a significant effect on the environment as a result of the project completion. “Significant effect on the environment” means a substantial, or potentially substantial, adverse change in any of the physical conditions within the area affected by the project including land, air, water, minerals, flora, fauna, ambient noise, and objects of historic or aesthetic significance. The following CEQA documents have been prepared for the Project:
ParkView Mixed-Use Development - Recorded NOI and Draft MND
ParkView Mixed-Use Development - Draft MMP
Any person may file a written protest of the draft Mitigated Negative Declaration and/or Mitigation Monitoring Program during the public comment period running from August 22, 2019 through September 20, 2019 (closing at 5:00 PM). Such protest must be filed at the Community Development Department, City Hall, 70 North First Street, Campbell, California. The written protest should make a "fair argument" that the project will have one or more significant effects on the environment based on substantial evidence.