Available Housing for Development 2012

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Available Housing for Development 2012

Site #

Site Name

Site Address

Community

Property APN

Parcel Acres

Total Acres

CWP Land Use

Zoning

Income

EIR

Env.Assessment / Changes to existing land use

Notes ( San Rafael Housing Locations )

 

A: Affordable housing sites - 30 units per acre, or Countywide Plan policy

 

Ext.Low, VeryLow, Low

Mod., Above Mod.

Env.Assess.

Total Units

 

 

 

#1

 

Marinwood Plaza

 

100 Marinwood Ave

 

Marinwood

 

0.449

1.934

0.809

1.561

 

4.75

 

HOD / GC

 

CP

 

85

 

0

 

85

 

None

 

HOD, Non-profit developer in contract
HEALTH RISK from Hwy101

#2

Oak Manor

2400 Sir Francis Drake Blvd

Fairfax

 

0.527

1.057

1.58

HOD / GC

C1-H

10

0

10

None

HOD

  

#3

 

California Park

Woodland Avenue

 

San Rafael

 

 

1.82

  

HOD / MF2

 

RSP-4

 

50

 

0

 

50

 

None

 

HOD HEALTH RISK from Hwy101

#4

Old Chevron Station

204 Flamingo Rd.

Tam Junction

052-041-41

0.79

0.79

GC

CP

10

0

21

None

30 duac zoning, reduced to realistic capacity.

 

 

#5

 

 

St. Vincent's / Silveira

 

 

St. Vincents Dr

 

 

St. Vincents

 

250.26

73.49

20.21

220.67

3.77

 

 

1,110

 

PD-Agriculture and Env Resource

 

 

A2

 

 

100

 

 

121

 

 

221

 

AH zone - limited Evaluate 10 min/30 duac max for 3.5 acres on site as policy

 

 

Affordable units specified in general plan

B: Entitled Projects, not yet submitted building permits

 

 

 

 

 

 

#6

Easton Point

(Martha Company)

Paradise Drive

Tiburon

059-251-05

110

110

PR, SF-6

RMP-0.2,

R-1

0

43

43

None

Entitled/ stipulated judgment

#7

Tamarin Lane

12 Tamarin Lane

Novato

143-190-12

6.54

6.54

SF-3

ARP-2

0

5

5

None

Entitled 2007 with condition for 2 second units required

#8

Indian Valley

1970 Indian Valley Rd

Novato

146-261-21

146-261-22

1.9

5.66

7.7

SF-3

A2-B4

0

5

5

None

Entitled 2009

#9

Manzanita mixed use

150 Shoreline Hwy

Tam Junction

052-371-03

0..58

0.563

GC

CP

1

2

3

None

Entitled with condition for 1 affordable unit

#10

Grandi Bldg

11101 State Route 1

Pt. Reyes Station

119-234-01

2.5

2.5

C-NC

C-VCR-B2

2

0

2

None

Entitled with condition for 2 affordable units

 

 

Second Units Projected

20 second units projected per year (2012-2013)

 

 

179-124-08

 

0.18

 

0.18

 

SF-6

 

RA-B1

 

30

 

20

 

50

 

 

A+B: Affordable housing and entitled projects Inventory

 

288

196

 

 

 

 

 

#11

 

 

650 N. San Pedro

 

 

650 North San Pedro

 

 

Santa Venetia

180-231-05

180-231-06

180-231-07

180-231-09

180-291-04

5.984

3.201

1.117

0.727

5.272

 

 

16.3

 

 

SF-4

 

 

RE-B3

 

 

0

 

 

12

 

 

12

 

 

None

 

 

Application submitted, environmental review

#12

Golden Gate Seminary

Seminary Dr.

Strawberry

043-265-25

043-265-26

48.45

25.13

73.57

MF-2

RMP-2.47

25

20

60

AH zone - limited

2 acres at 30 duac

Applicant developing proposal for faculty housing and market development

#13

Oak Hill School

441 Drake Ave

 

052-140-36

3.87

3.87

MF2

RMP-4.2

15

0

30

AH zone - limited

Evaluate 1 acre at 30

Non-profit owner pursuing housing partner

Marin City

RE-B3

 

#14

 

Armstrong Nursery

 

217& 221 Shoreline Hwy

 

 

Tam Junction

052-061-17

 

052-061-18

052-061-19

0.056

 

0.776

0.957

 

1.77

 

NC

 

RMPC-6

 

0

 

30

53

AH zone

Evaluate at  30 du/ac

 

20 duac - 2007 general plan for affordable housing per development code incentive

 

 

#15

 

Inverness Valley Inn

 

3275 Sir Francis Drake

Inverness

112-340-11

112-340-18

10.69

16.109

 

26.8

C-SF3

C-RC

C-RSP-0.33

C-RCR

 

20

 

0

21

Evaluate for 21 residential units (currently hotel)

 

Non-profit developer in contract

 

#16

 

Grady Ranch

 

Lucas Valley Rd.

 

Lucas Valley

164-310-15

164-310-17

164-310-19

86.7

38.0

105.1

 

229

 

PR

RMP-0.031

RMP-0.031

RMP-0.379

 

240

 

0

 

240

TBD - maybe AH zone - limited

8 acres at 30 duac

 

Owner pursuing development plan for all affordable housing project.

 

#17

 

Roosevelt Street

 

30 Roosevelt

 

Santa Venetia

 

179-124-08

 

0.18

 

0.18

 

SF-6

 

RA-B1

 

2

 

0

 

2

 

None

County owned single family property, dedicated for affordable.

C: Additional potential Subtotal

 

302

62

 

 

 

 

Total Available Land Inventory Total (A+B+C) - 2012 Housing Element

 

 

 

 

 

590

258

 

 

 

 

2012 Regional Housing Needs Allocation

 

 

 

 

 

 

320

453

 

 

 

Note: Marin County is able to meet the Regional Housing Need Allocation through units constructed  to date in the planning period and the proposed sites above.
See the 2012 Draft Marin County Housing Element Figure IV-4 for units constructed  to date.

 

Site

Nbr

 

Site Name

 

Site Address

 

COMMUNITY

 

PROP_ID

 

Acres by parcel

 

ACRES Total

 

GenPlan 2007

 

Zoning

2009

 

ELI, VL, L

 

Mod, Above Mod

 

Env.
Assessm ent

Total Units

 

Future CWP Amendment

 

Notes

 

18

Around Manzanita (150

Shoreline)

 

150 Shoreline

 

Tam Junction

052-371-04

052-371-06

052-371-07

0.88

0.31

0.29

 

1.48

 

GC

CP (Mixed Use

30)

 

44

 

0

 

45

 

None

 

 

19

 

Tam J retail

 

237 Shoreline Highway, etc.

 

Tam Junction

   

 

6.8

 

NC

 

RMPC-6

 

30

 

30

 

60

 

AH zone - limited

2 acres at 30 duac

HE capacity will reflect likely development potential of 30 units, Will likely not assign the AH zone to this site.

20

Gateway Shopping Center HOD

190 Donohue Street

Marin City

052-490-06

20.345

20

52.72537879

18

70

50

150

None

Named HOD site.
HEALTH RISK from Hwy101

 

21

 

Strawberry smaller retail

 

Reed Blvd

 

Strawberry

   

 

2.39

 

SF5, GC

 

RA-B2, C1, CP, AP

 

25

 

0

 

45

 None

 HEALTH RISK from Hwy101

 

 

22

 

 

Strawberry Village

 

 

900, 950 etc Redwood

Highway

 

 

Strawberry

043-012-01

043-031-01

043-031-07

043-031-09

043-321-02

043-321-03

0.17

0.19

0.14

0.98

1.07

9.17

 

 

10.99

 

 

GC

 

 

H1, RMPC

 

 

0

 

 

30

 

 

30

 

 

None (CWP evaluated 120 units)

 HEALTH RISK from Hwy101

 

 

23

 

 

Tiburon Eastbound

 

 

Tiburon Blvd

 

 

Strawberry

043-011-22

043-021-38

043-021-41

043-021-48

043-021-49

0.37

0.31

0.35

0.06

0.37

 

 

1.45

 

 

OC, GC

 

AP, H1 (Mixed use

30)

 

 

25

 

 

0

 

 

43

 

 

None

 

 

 

24

 

 

Tiburon Westbound

 

 

Knoll Road

 

 

Strawberry

 

 

1.44

 

 

OC

 

AP (Mixed use

30)

 

 

25

 

 

0

 

 

44

 

 

None

 

 

 

25

 

Tiburon Redwood frontage

 

 

Central Drive

Strawberry

 

 

2.7

 

 

OC, NC, SF5

 

 

Ra-B2, R1- B1, OP, RMPC-7

 

 

0

 

 

81

 

 

81

  AH zone

Evaluate at  30 du/ac

 HEALTH RISK from Hwy101

 

26

 

College of Marin lot 15

 

139 Kent Avenue

 

Kentfield

 

3.2

 

PF

 

PF

 

45

 

 

45

AH zone - limited

1.5 acres at 30 duac

acreage constrained by creek

 

27

Kentfield Eastbound

Sir Francis Drake Blvd

 

Kentfield

 

5.14

 

NC

 

RMPC

 

0

0

 

 

60

 

AH zone - limited

2 acres at 30 duac

How should this and similar be evaluated? One built parcel is RMP12.5, others have no RMPC density. Evaluate at MU20?

  

 

28

 

Kentfield Westbound

 

 

Kentfield

 

2.63

OC OC SF6

OP OP R1

 

0

 

0

 

 60

AH zone

Evaluate at  30 du/ac

 

29

Marin General

250 Bon Air Road

Kentfield

19.7

Public Facility

HOD PF

25

25

50

None (HOD)

Named HOD site.

30

Ross Valley Self Storage

890 College Ave.

Kentfield

1.56

NC

RMPC

30

30

45

AH zone

Evaluate at  30 du/ac

 

 

 

31

Sloat Center and adjacent residential

Sir Francis Drake and

Edna Court.

Kentfield

5.09

 

SF6, SF5 & MF2

 

R1, R1-B2

 

0

 

0

 

60

 

AH zone - limited

2 acres at 30 duac

 

32

3000 SFD - Sunnyside growing

3000 Sir Francis Drake

Fairfax

7.742609927

PR

RMP-1

10

10

30

AH zone - limited

1 acres at 30 duac

 

 

33

 

Railroad Ave.

 

Railroad Ave and Park

St

 

Woodacre

 

0.496

 

GC

CP (Mixed Use

30)

 

4

 

0

 

6

 

None

 

34

Castro Street

6921 SFD & 6 Castri St

Forest Knolls

0.54

GC NC

CP VCR

4

2

6

None

 

 

 

 

 

35

 

Los Ranchitos

 

99-165 Los Ranchitos

Drive

 

Los Ranchitos

 

13.38

 

SF-3 1 unit/1-5 acres

 

A2-B4, resident with limited

Ag. Lot size min 1 acre

 

 

30

 

 

0

 

 

60

 

AH zone - limited

2 acres at 30 duac

 

 

36

Big Rock Deli & Creekside

Offices

1500 Lucas Valley Road

& 7 Mt Lassen Dr.

 

Lucas Valley

 

2.8

 

GC

CP (Mixed Use

30)

 

0

 

84

 

80

 

None

 

37

Rotary  Field

16 Jeanette Prandi Way

Lucas Valley

12.83

PF-OS

PF

60

0

60

AH zone - limited

2 acres at 30 duac

 

 

 

38

 

Bail Bonds

 

42, 44, 46 N. San Pedro, 69, 77 San Pablo

Santa Venetia

1.49

 

OC, GC

 

AP, C1, CP (Mixed Use

30)

 

21

 

0

 

44

None

 

39

LDS church Santa Venetia

220 N. San Pedro Road

Santa Venetia

5.37

SF6, SF5 & MF2

A2-B2,R2, RA

30

 

30

AH zone - limited

Evaluate 1 acre at 30

 HEALTH RISK from Hwy101

 

40

 

MacPhail School

 

1565 Vendola Dr

 

Santa Venetia

 

9.52

 

PF-SF-6

PF-RSP-

4.36

 

0

 

40

 

40

 

None

(No overlay- doesnt have transit or services.

Just project current zoning capacity.)

 

41

 

Marin Farmers Market

 

70 & 76 San Pablo Ave

 

Santa Venetia

 

0.6

 

GC

C1 (Mixed Use

30)

 

18

 

 

18

 

None

 

 

42

 

San Pedro Rd.

San Pedro Rd (across from La Brea)

 

Santa Venetia

 

5.65

MF-2

SF-4

RMP-4.2

RE-B3

 

30

 

0

 

30

AH zone - limited

1 acre at 30 duac

 

 

43

 

Atherton (Novato RV Park)

 

1530 Armstrong Avenue

 

Novato

 

2.68

 

MF4

 

RX

 

40

 

40

 

80

AH zone

Evaluate for 30 duac fixed residential -not mobile homes

 

44

Bear Valley Rd.

10045 State Route 1

Olema

1.25

C-NC

C-VCR

5

0

5

None

Owner not interested in Housing
HEALTH RISK from Hwy101

45

Olema  Campground

Shoreline Highway

(near Bear Valley Rd)

Olema

9.943

C-RC

C-RCR

0

0

10

None

Call owner

46

Feed Lot

B St & 6TH St

Pt. Reyes

0.918

C-SF-5

C-RA-B2

3

0

27

AH zone

Evaluate at 30duac

 

47

Pine Cone Diner

60 4TH St

Pt. Reyes

1.055

C-NC

C-VCR-B2

4

0

4

None

 

48

Pt. Reyes North

11598 State Route 1

Pt. Reyes

16.89

C-SF-4

C-NC

C-RA-B3

C-RMPC

15

0

15

None

 

49

Red Barn (green barn)

510 Mesa Rd

Pt. Reyes

1.525

C-NC

C-VCR-B2

10

0

10

None

 

The following properties are owned and operated by Marin Housing Authority. The Environmental Impact Report will evaluate the properties at land uses closest to the current residential density to support a future change from non-conforming zoning or land use to one consistent with the current use.

50

Kruger Pines

47 North Knoll Road,

Mill Valley

034-081-02

034-081-01

0.785

1.665

2.45

SF5 (2-4 units/acre)

zoned RA- B2-01

no HE site

no net new

73

Change CWP to MF4, zoning to RMP-25.

56 units existing (22.8 duac) - CWP

alternatives show 56 units on -02

51

Homestead Terrace

110 Linden Lane

Mill Valley

047-191-50

047-191-51

047-191-52

047-191-53

0.198

0.1734

0.172

0.097

0.64

SF-6 (4-7 units/acre)

zoned R1

no EH site

no net new

28

Change CWP to MF4.5, zoning to RMP-45.

28 units existing (43.75 duac)- CWP

alternatives show 28 units on -50

52

Venetia Oaks

263 North San Pedro

San Rafael

180-181-26

1.84

1.84

SF-6 (4-7 units/acre)

zoned RA

no HE site

no net new

55

Change CWP to MF4, zoning to RMP-20 or RMP-30.

36 units existing (19.4duac) - CWP shows 36 units here.

du/ac ( duac) = Dwelling Units per Acre?  HOD Housing Overlay Designation purpose is to encourage construction of units to meet the need for workforce housing, especially for very low- and low-income households, and for special needs housing, in the City-Centered Corridor close to transit, employment, and/or public services, including Sites for the HOD include reuse of existing shopping centers or other underutilized sites. Development within the HOD that meets the standards in Program CD-2.d shall be eligible for a HOD density bonus as an alternative to any density bonus authorized by State law. Development pursuant to this Policy and the HOD Programs on sites designated as both mixed use and as suggested HOD sites are subject to the HOD criteria for development and not as mixed use. Each square foot of market-rate HOD housing shall be offset by an equal reduction in the square footage of the permissible commercial development. Up to 658 housing units may be approved within the HOD, subject to a discretionary approval process.
CWP = Countywide Plan,  RMP=
Residential, Multiple Planned , RSP= Residential Single-family Planned, MF = Multi-Family
Source: http://www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/CD/main/housing/housingelement.cfm


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