This project at 6830 Cortona Drive includes a Development Plan for 171 rental apartment units contained within seven two-story buildings and one three-story building with an associated recreation building and pool area on 8.86 acres zoned DR-20 in the Inland Area of the City. The project also includes an Ordinance Amendment for a Development Agreement to provide funding for a future fire station in western Goleta.
Medical Office Building for the Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital
The project is located at 5333 Hollister Avenue. It includes a development plan application to allow the demolition and replacement of the existing two-story, 41,724 square foot medical office building and associated infrastructure. The development plan includes a request for modifications to the setback, parking, height, and landscaping standards of the Article III, Inland Zoning Ordinance. Additional development plan elements include landscaping, utilities, and drainage improvements. Project grading would involve 112 cubic yards of cut and 1,417 cubic yards of fill.
Montecito Bank and Trust BuildingThis project is located at 6900 Hollister Avenue. The project would include a new 1-story 6,018-square foot office building and two drive-up teller stations. Parking and driveway access would be shared with the adjoining Storke-Hollister Research Center. The project includes a General Plan Amendment, a Rezone, a Lot Line Adjustment, a Conditional Use Permit, a request for a modification to the parking requirement, and a Development Plan Amendment.
South Fairview Commercial Center
The project is located at 151 South Fairview Avenue within Old Town Goleta. The application includes a Final Development Plan for construction of a 16,216 square-foot, two-story mixed use structure including 8,757 square feet of retail space on the first floor, 6,206 square feet of office space, and two one-bedroom apartments on the second floor. The application also includes a request for approval of a Conditional Use Permit for the two proposed residential units as part of the mixed-use project. In addition, the applicant is requesting approval of a Lot Line Adjustment to adjust the property boundary along South Fairview Avenue to reflect the existing alignment and improvements to the roadway previously constructed by the County of Santa Barbara.