The Island: Hearing on SunCal’s new Alameda Point plan tonight [Monday, May 10th]
Folks, you’ve got an opportunity at tonight’s Planning Board meeting to sound off on SunCal’s new plans for Alameda Point and on issues you think ought to be addressed in an environmental impact study to be conducted on those plans.
The public meeting is at 7 p.m. today (Monday) in council chambers at City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue. And the agenda with all the info for the hearing is here (it’s item 9B).
City staff have outlined a host of concerns about SunCal’s latest development plans, which could include up to 4,845 homes and 4.57 million square feet of commercial space, plus 146 acres of parks. Specifically, they want more information on what type of housing and commercial space will be built where and how they’ll look, what SunCal’s transportation plan is for the development and also the developer’s plan for building an environmentally sustainable development – all things they said the developer told them they’ll wait until after their plan is approved to provide.