The Pleasanton Planning Commission is set to talk Wednesday about a request to split three residential lots into six parcels, while adding three new houses, on Augustine Street on the edge of downtown.
The proposal from Dale Morris of Valley Brokers also calls for expanding the three existing homes on the current lots at 4664, 4676 and 4682 Augustine St., located between the center of downtown and the Alameda County Fairgrounds.
Wednesday night’s discussion is a workshop designed to give commissioners a glimpse at the project and a chance for early feedback to the applicant and city planning staff. No actions are expected to be made.
“There has been increasing interest in infill residential development in downtown, including on Augustine Street,” associate planner Natalie Amos said in her staff report.
“Recently completed/approved … applications on Augustine Street have incorporated different housing types, ranging from apartments to single-family homes,” Amos added. “The development located to the southwest of the project site — 4693, 4703 and 4715 Augustine St. and 301, 305 and 309 Augustine Place — is a recently constructed project that is similar to what the applicant is proposing.”
The current proposal from Morris calls for tearing down the one-car garage at 4664 Augustine St. and adding a single-story addition plus a two-car garage at that existing house.
Next-door at 4676 Augustine St., additions would be built on the south and east sides of the house. And at 4682 Augustine St., a single-story addition would be tacked on to that house.
Immediately behind those lots, three new parcels would be added to accommodate a total of three detached two-story…
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