- Common at Mount Burdell and FFIC Current Facility
The following announcement was sent by San Marin Improvement Association, inviting residents to participate in a meeting with ‘Commons Collaborative’, concerning the
‘Commons at Mt. Burdell’ Project.
Time: 7pm, Monday, March 2nd
The proposed Commons at Mt. Burdell mixed-use development would eventually add approximately 750,000 square feet to an existing the 710,300 square foot Fireman’s Fund site (3 four-story office buildings).
Phase 1 of new development would convert existing surface parking on the east side of the site to a 170 room hotel with a sports club and spa, first-floor retail space with 150 apartments above, and parking structures.
Phase 2 eventually would add two new 250,000 square foot office buildings to the west end of the site, plus a day care center facility, community center, underground parking, and playing fields. For more information, see: http://www.ci.novato.ca.us/Index.aspx?page=829
The Commons at Mt. Burdell site is located on the northwest corner of the Atherton San Marin off ramp from Highway 101. A SMART (Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit)
train station is planned adjacent to the east end of the site. Environmental credentials for the proposed development are significantly enhanced by the carbon neutral design, including onsite wastewater treatment, biodigesters to convert restaurant waste into fuel, photovoltaic panels, composting, and other green building features.
American Assets, Inc, (AA)
the owner and developer, is just beginning the official City land use approval process. During the past year American Assets has met with a variety of local stakeholder groups. Beginning in July 2008, representatives of numerous community groups formed the Commons Collaborative to work with the developer, AA, and the City, to ensure that the Commons maximizes advanced green design and affordable housing opportunities in this extraordinary smart growth location.
Representatives of the following groups currently participate in the Commons Collaborative:
* Sustainable Novato
The Commons Collaborative is distinct from other advocacy groups in that it does not seek to achieve its goals by applying pressure on decision makers and community leaders. Instead, its approach involves listening to all stakeholders and looking for solutions which advance a number of complementary goals.
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