Earlier this year, JLB Realty LLC, which appears to be affiliated with Dallas-based JLB Partners, a national developer of multi-family projects, filed sketch plans for the project, the first step in obtaining planning approval.
Plans call for a 460,000-square-foot building with a maximum height of 78 feet, and 5,000 square feet of retail. Fifteen percent of the residential portion would be devoted to moderately-priced dwelling units (MPDUs), per county requirements.
“This space is envisioned to become a public gathering space, where commuters as well as residents of the adjacent community can come to interact, run errands, and enjoy a cup of coffee,” reads the project’s Project Narrative and Justification Statement filed earlier this month. “The design for this open space creates a series of stepped terraces with each terrace having a slightly different character, although each will have full access to the surrounding streetscapes.”
Rendering courtesy of Moya Design Partners