The Danville Planning Fee is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a decision that might enable for the event and building of a 57-unit senior housing facility on West El Pintado close to El Cerro Boulevard.
The proposed venture would include growing a complete of 1.88 acres on two parcels, with the decision additionally together with the approval of structure, web site and landscaping plans, in addition to a allow for the elimination of 9 town-protected bushes.
Though the city’s Basic Plan would enable for a most of 47 items on the 2 tons, the applicant, Diamond Building Inc., qualifies for a 20% density bonus granted to housing initiatives designated for seniors, in keeping with city workers.
With the density bonus, the proposal coming to the fee’s vote Tuesday would include greater than 30 items per acre — the minimal density that might qualify a venture for low- or very-low-income items for the Regional Housing Wants Allocation (RHNA) requirement.
“In consequence, the proposed improvement would contribute in direction of assembly the city’s low- and very-low-income RHNA project for the subsequent eight 12 months housing cycle,” David Crompton, the city’s chief of planning, stated in a workers report.