Stockton developer A.G. Spanos is hosting its second community meeting for the public regarding its proposed North River Apartments project at 368 & 402 Petaluma Boulevard North.
According to a letter the company mailed to the neighborhoods in the vicinity of its project, the project proposal has been revised considerably since it began hearing community input at its first public meeting, on February 4th.
The letter noted changes to:
- design and materials to “better reflect Petaluma’s historic downtown character
- reduce housing density and mass
- provide better street and riverfront connections
- lower height of Petaluma Blvd. North building to three stories.
According to city documents, the original plan proposed by AG Spanos called for a 232 unit project. The letter mailed by the company to residents recently called the project “a range of housing types and price levels which will include 185 apartments, parking and thoroughfares designed for pedestrian and cyclist circulation along the riverfront.”
Meeting #2 as the company tries to woo the neighbors is scheduled for Thursday, June 30, from 6 – 8 pm, at the Petaluma Women’s Club, 518 B Street, Petaluma.
Here’s a Google Earth screenshot of the site: