The Lafayette City Council on Monday night will listen to a request by a developer to demolish an existing 5,962-square-foot commercial building and then build four-story, 12-unit condominium project with underground parking.

The single-story commercial building is at 3721 Mt. Diablo Blvd., and the condo building would be built on that parcel as well.

The proposed “West End” project, which in an earlier version included 13 units, includes two below-market-rate units, qualifying the project to receive concessions and waivers related to the state’s density bonus law. The Planning Commission and Design Review Commission have both forwarded to the City Council a recommendation of approval.

Google Maps A developer is requesting approval from the Lafayette City Council to demolish an existing commercial building on Mt. Diablo Avenue in Lafayette, Calif. and build a 12-unit condominium project with underground parking in its place.

City staff recommends the council hold a public hearing, review the project, provide comments to the applicant and to the city’s Design Review Commission and approve the condo project application, subject to conditions.

The Lafayette City Council meeting begins at 7 p.m. Watch the meeting by going to the following Zoom webinar link and entering the ID number 896 1264 7173.

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