Butcher’s Corner Project Draft EIR DEIR is currently available and is in the 45-Day Public Comment Period (from April 8, 2016 to May 23, 2016). Comments, questions and concerns should be directed to Noren Caliva-Lepe, Associate Planner, at (408) 730-7659 or via e-mail email@example.com
CLICK on the following Butcher’s Corner DEIR to access the documents stored in Dropbox:
- Butcher’s Corner Notice of Availability
- Butcher’s Corner Draft EIR
- Butcher’s Corner Draft EIR Appendices
The 5.1-acre site is located at 871 East Fremont Avenue. The project site was previously an unincorporated “island” within Santa Clara County. The City of Sunnyvale City Council approved the annexation of the project site into the city limits in October 2015. Future development on the project site is subject to the standards prescribed by the City’s General Plan, Municipal Code, and other City regulations.
The project site is designated as Residential High Density (RHI) on the 2011 General Plan Use Map. The project includes a request to rezone the site to R-4 (High Density Residential). The proposed project includes the construction and operation of a mixed-use development on a 5.1-acre site.
A total of 153 residential units are proposed, including 114 apartment units within two multi-story buildings (Fremont Building and El Camino Building) and 39 three-story townhome units. The project also includes 6,936 square feet of non-residential (office or retail) use within the first floor of the apartment building fronting El Camino Real. The proposed project would include a total of 390 vehicular parking spaces and 47 bicycle parking spaces. Of the 390 vehicular spaces,6 280 spaces consisting of 242 single and 38 tandem spaces would be located in the underground garages beneath the Fremont and El Camino buildings.
A Planning Commission public hearing to accept public comments on the Draft EIR is scheduled for May 9, 2016. Following receipt of all written comments on the Draft EIR, the City of Sunnyvale will prepare Responses to Comments as part of the Final EIR, which will be considered and acted upon by the City of Sunnyvale’s Planning Commission and City Council in July or August 2016.
Comments, questions and concerns should be directed to Noren Caliva-Lepe, Associate Planner, at (408) 730-7659 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org