Downtown Cleaveland - Blake-Griggs Multi-family Residential Facility EIR
FCS is preparing an EIR for a 2.33-acre project site within the City of Pleasant Hill’s Downtown Specific Plan. The City of Pleasant Hill proposes to adopt the Downtown Sub-Area Specific Plan (Downtown SASP), a comprehensive planning document that would establish specific guiding principles and a long-term strategy for development of the infill area. The project applicant (Blake Griggs Properties) proposes to develop 210 multi-family residential units. The project would include three courtyards, a roof deck, outdoor kitchen and dining areas, and lounge areas for groups of varying sizes with fire pits, lap pool and a pet lounge. In support of the EIR, FCS is preparing Air Quality/Greenhouse Gas Emissions Analysis, Biological Resources Evaluation, Cultural Resources Assessment, Noise Impact Analysis, Traffic Impact Study, Visual Simulations, and Shade/Shadow Study. As part of the visual assessment, FCS developed photo simulations to show how the project is designed and woven into Downtown Pleasant Hill’s commercial and residential character mix.
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