The Los Altos Planning Commission is scheduled Thursday to conduct a design review for a three-story building downtown that includes 20 condominium units and two levels of underground parking.
City staff is recommending approval of developer Jeff Warmoth’s project applications at 425 First St. Up for consideration at Thursday’s public hearing is the tentative design and subdivision map for the project.
The existing site includes a two-story commercial building. Warmoth’s plan includes three units deemed “affordable” – two “moderate-income” units and one “low-income” unit.
The project is returning to the commission with changes after commissioners in a study session last August expressed concerns about the architectural design and building proportions.
The city’s Complete Streets Commission reviewed the project in February and recommended approval with the caveat that the sidewalk along First Street in front of the project be widened.
Thursday’s meeting is scheduled 7 p.m. in the Hillview Community Center Social Hall, 97 Hillview Ave.