The draft master plan maps out lettered sub-areas for the roughly 22-acre parcel on the northern waterfront behind the Del Monte warehouse building.
The developer proposes that sub area K, on the northwest corner, would be slated for mult-family residential, retail, hotel recreational and office development with a maximum building height of 250 feet, or 22 stories.
Sub areas E, F, H, I and M would be similarly zoned, with a maximum building height of 90 feet.
Sub area B, along clement street, would be zoned for a maximum building height of 55 feet to support entertainment, restaurants, stores and warehousing uses.
Other areas would be limited to 40 foot buildings, or open space.
A preliminary recommendation from planning department staff would change building height limits for the parcel from 60 feet to 80 feet, and remove a restriction on the placement within the parcel of tall buildings.
Overall, the draft master plan proposes for the site some 589 housing units condominiums, townhomes, lofts, stacked flats, live-work units, and high-rise view residences, a marina with up to 160 boat slips and a harbormaster’s office, between 30,000 and 50,000 square feet of commercial/office and restaurant uses, and over three acres of waterfront-related public open space and parks.