Memo from Assistant Community Development Director and Base Reuse Director to Planning Board Regarding Site A Neighborhood Park Design Review Application, October 24, 2016



1. Neighborhood Park Design Review Plans

2. Draft Resolution



In June 2015, the City Council unanimously approved the Site A Development Plan for a 68-acre area within Alameda Point that extends generally from the Main Street entrance to Alameda Point to the Seaplane Lagoon and the eastern edge of the Naval Air Station Alameda Historic District (Historic District).

Since the City Council action on the Development Plan, the Planning Board and the project proponent, Alameda Point Partners (APP), and its team of architects and design professionals have completed Design Review for Block 11, Block 8 and the Phase 1 Waterfront Park approved on March 14, 2016, Design Review for Blocks 6, 7, and 10 and a use permit for Block 10 approved on June 27, 2016, and the Tentative Map for Phase 1 of Site A approved on July 11, 2016.

At this time, staff is recommending that the Planning Board review and approve the Design Review application and conditions of approval for the Neighborhood Park (Exhibits 1 and 2).