Public input from the meeting will feed into the planning board’s design review sub-committee and the developer’s (Alameda Point Partners) design process.
As it stands now, 800 residential units and 400,000 square feet of commercial space are slated for the site.
Residential units will be primarily in multifamily buildings along a modified Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway running from Main Street to the Seaplane Lagoon.
Some 15 acres of open space, parks and plazas are planned as well.
The planning board meets in council chambers at Alameda City Hall, at 7pm on Monday, October 12th.