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04"O;"�"t <br />CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH <br />PLANNING COMMISSION STAFF REPORT <br />December 6, 2018 <br />Agenda Item No. 2 <br />SUBJECT: Newport Crossings Mixed -Use Project (PA2017-107) <br />• Environmental Impact Report No. ER2017-001 <br />• Site Development Review No. SD2017-004 <br />• Lot Line Adjustment No. LA2018-004 <br />• Affordable Housing Implementation Plan No. AH2O18-001 <br />SITE LOCATION: 1701 Corinthian Way; 1660 Dove Street; 4251, 4253, and 4255 <br />Martingale Way; and 4200, 4220, and 4250 Scott Drive <br />APPLICANT: Starboard MacArthur Square, LP <br />OWNER: Starboard MacArthur Square, LP <br />PLANNER: Jaime Murillo, Senior Planner <br />(949) 644-3209, jmurillo@newportbeachca.gov <br />PROJECT SUMMARY <br />The project would redevelop the existing 58,277 -square -foot commercial center known <br />as MacArthur Square with a mixed-use development consisting of 350 residential dwelling <br />units, 7,500 square feet of commercial space, and a 0.5 -acre public park. The subject <br />property is approximately 5.7 acres in size and located one block west of MacArthur <br />Boulevard, bounded by Corinthian Way, Scott Drive, Dove Street and Martingale Way. <br />The application for the proposed mixed-use residential development consists of the <br />following components: <br />Site Development Review No. SD2017-004: To ensure the site is developed in <br />accordance with the Newport Place Planned Community Development Plan and Zoning <br />Code development standards and regulations pursuant to Newport Beach Municipal <br />Code (NBMC) Section 20.52.080 (Site Development Reviews). <br />Lot Line Adjustment No. LA2018-004: A lot line adjustment to reconfigure the three <br />underlying parcels that comprise the site, pursuant to Chapter 19.76 (Lot Line <br />Adjustments) of the Municipal Code. Specifically, the site would be reconfigured to <br />create a 0.5 -acre parcel for the public park to be dedicated to the City; a 5.08 -acre <br />parcel for the proposed mixed-use development; and an 0.11 -acre parcel (to be owned <br />by the project applicant) for emergency access improvements needed to serve the <br />proposed project. The 0.11 -acre parcel would also include an easement dedicated to <br />the City for access and parking for the public park. With dedication of the 0.5 -acre <br />public park, the net project site area would be 5.19 acres. <br />1 <br />