Redwood City Downtown Precise Plan Update

  • Onsite Affordable Housing: For housing developments that exceed the development cap, they should contain a minimum of 20% affordable housing.
  • Affordable Housing Contributions: All development, including non-housing developments, are expecting to contribute to affordable housing in a meaningful way.
  • Park Space: Commercial developments on large parcels should contain park space to the maximum extent possible. Park space should be open to the public and add to the network of parks and open space in the Downtown and surrounding areas.
  • Investment On Main Street: Development that focuses on areas where private investment has not recently occurred will also be considered. Main Street was given as a specific example. However, this will also have to be coupled with other benefits to the nearby community.

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Official thoughts and communications from the heart of the Peninsula. “Climate Best by Government Test”.

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