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Murdy Commons Mixed-Use Project

The Murdy Commons Mixed-Use Project proposes development of up to 984 dwelling units and 60,000 square feet of commercial area on a 12.5-acre site consisting of four contiguous parcels located at the northeast corner of Edinger Avenue and Gothard Street. All existing improvements on the project site would be demolished.

Project improvements involve the development of six blocks connected by a network of new streets and sidewalks oriented around a centrally located 0.75-acre public open space area. Development on each block would consist of four- to six-story buildings with three to five floors of one and two bedroom apartment units over street level live/work or retail units. A total of 1,979 parking spaces would be provided on the project site in subterranean and above-grade parking structures as well as surface parking spaces along the proposed new streets. In addition, on-street parallel parking spaces are proposed on Gothard Street along the project site's frontage. Other project features include a new frontage road with angled parking spaces and pedestrian walkways along Edinger Avenue, infrastructure/utility improvements and consolidation of project site parcels. The proposed project is located within the Beach and Edinger Corridors Specific Plan (BECSP), adopted in April 2010.

Final Environmental Impact Report

Draft Environmental Impact Report

Executive Summary

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 -- Introduction

Chapter 2 -- Summary

Chapter 3 -- Project Description

Section 4-0 Introduction to the Analysis

Section 4-1 -- Aesthetics

Section 4-2 -- Air Quality

Section 4-3 -- Biological Resources

Section 4-4 -- Cultural Resources

Section 4-5 -- Geology and Soils

Section 4-6 -- Hazards and Hazardous Materials

Section 4-7 -- Hydrology and Water Quality

Section 4-8 -- Land Use Planning

Section 4-9 -- Noise

Section 4-10 -- Population and Housing

Section 4-11 -- Public Services

Section 4-12 -- Recreation

Section 4-13 -- Transportation and Traffic

Section 4-14 -- Utilities

Section 4-15 -- Climate Change

Chapter 5 -- Other CEQA Considerations

Chapter 6 -- Alternatives to the Proposed Project

Chapter 7 -- Report Preparers

Appendix A -- Air Quality Data

Appendix B -- GeotechnicalStudy

Appendix C1 -- Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

Appendix C2 -- Phase II Site Assessment

Appendix D -- Noise Data

Appendix E -- Traffic Analysis

Appendix F -- Water Supply Assessment

Project Planner: Jennifer Villasenor, Associate Planner, (714) 374-1661

 

 


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