PLANNING ENGINEERING SURVEYING
Engineer of Record for civil engineering and survey services. This project is a medium to high-density development providing 600 residential condominium dwelling units on approximately 54 acres. The project is referenced as Parcel R-9 of the “Landswap” area of Eastlake Greens SPA. The parcel is located at the southerly end of the activity corridor, bounded by Eastlake Parkway on the west, utility easements on the east, Olympic Parkway to the south and residential apartments to the north. The residential neighborhood will be accessed via two private gated entrances, one off of Eastlake Parkway and one off of Olympic Parkway. Internal circulation is planned for a series of private driveways and courtyards.
The condominiums will consist of five different neighborhoods or villages. Village “A” will consist of 76 single-family detached condominiums with three plan types. Village “B” will consist of 135 single-family detached condominiums set-up in a courtyard fashion, with three plan types. Village “C” will consist of 129 attached condominium units. This product is a tri-plex building with two units having private yard areas and the third unit will be a carriage unit with a balcony. Village “D” will consist of 126 attached condominium units. This product is also a triplex building with two units having private yard areas and the third unit being a carriage unit with a balcony. Village “E” will consist of 134 attached condominium units. Buildings are configured with four, six, eight and 10 units. Four different unit types are provided and each unit has a patio.
Project amenities include a 1.3-acre central recreation area and several other minor recreation and/or passive common areas. The neighborhood includes an extensive array of pedestrian walkways which provide strong connections between the various villages internally and to the trail corridor, which extends the entire length of the eastern edge of the parcel; whereby integrating this parcel with the majority of the residential neighborhood and the local amenities with the neighborhood to the east.
Services included preparation of tentative map, final subdivision map, improvement plans and precise grading plans for all five villages.
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