How does the multi-family residential project compare with the prior City Council discussions and approvals?
The proposed multi-family land use for the District is within the development criteria of the 1st Step Planned Development zoning under Ordinance No. 1969, the Imperial General Development Plan Amendment No. 1. The overall multi-family residential unit count has been reduced in number from 325 to 274 units, which is approximately a 15 percent reduction. The design and regulations of the multi-family residential are in accordance with the principles of Resolution 10-21 which was adopted by City Council on April 20, 2010. Examples include integrated parking, pedestrian and bike friendly, enhanced building finishes, landscape and hardscape requirements, and green building certifications.

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1. What is the boundary of the Imperial Market District?
2. Which historic buildings are being preserved as part of this development?
3. What are the primary land uses being proposed within this development?
4. How does the multi-family residential project compare with the prior City Council discussions and approvals?
5. Will there be any open space and public pedestrian plazas as part of this development?
6. How can I keep up with information on the Imperial Market District?