The approved Preliminary Development Plan for the entire Woodside Village project (SPA-2011-02), approved by the Westwood City Council on October 13, 2011 along with the rezoning of the property for mixed land uses. The approved preliminary plan included 330 residential living units, and up to 36,854 sq. ft. of retail space.
A final development plan (SPA-2012-04) for the northern first phase, Woodside Village North, was approved by the Westwood Planning Commission on January 7, 2013, and by the Westwood City Council on January 10, 2013. The first phase of development includes a total of 159,164 sq. ft. of new building space area, which consists of 91 residential units and 13,000 sq. ft. of retail commercial space.
Woodside Village South
The site plan for the southern phase of the project, south of 47th Place, was revised slightly with approval by the Westwood Planning Commission on February 1, 2016. The overall plan reflects the general layout and design of the project as reflected on the approved Preliminary Development Plan, with some modifications and changes to the decked parking structure and reconfiguration of some of the residential units. The southern phase of the Woodside Village development project now includes 244 residential units, 16,556 sq. ft. of retail space, and a total of 550 parking spaces in a combination of on-street, on-site surface, and on-site decked parking.
Decked Parking Structure
The parking structure shown on the revised Woodside Village South proposed on the Final Development plan has been reoriented 90-degrees from what was shown on the preliminary development plan, and reconfigured. These design changes do allow for a greater set-back of this garage structure from the existing single-family homes to the south. This design change also calls for it to be constructed at grade from the ground up and an addition to a 5th level to be added. The preliminary development plan envisioned a sub-terrain parking structure of only 4 levels.
The apartment unit count of the submitted Final Development Plan now include 243 units, one (1) residential unit greater than the apartment unit count for the southern phase as shown on the approved Preliminary Development Plan. The five sub-terrain units that were proposed on the far eastern end of the building have been removed and reconfigured into the building design. With the reorientation of the parking structure, some apartment units are now proposed along the southeastern edge of the parking structure that were not shown on