The Planning Board and Alameda City Council have already approved development plans and a density bonus application for the project, consisting of 52 residential townhomes on a 2.78-acre property bounded by Clement Avenue, Willow Street and Eagle Avenue at 2100 Clement Avenue.
On Monday, the Planning Board held a public hearing to review the final architectural design for the buildings, the final landscaped design for the publicly accessible open spaces and the final street tree planting program.
Based on the content of that meeting, the board decided to continue the hearing to October 26th.
Changes to the street tree and park plan call for the inclusion of more mature trees, and use of propane-operated, rather than charcoal-operated barbeques in the public open space.
The architectural changes include a number of highly detailed specifications, such as the use of use of “Milgard Essence” windows.
The planning board meets at 7 p.m., Monday, October 26th, in council chambers at Alameda City Hall.