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  • a)

    Up to 114,200 square feet of commercial development may be constructed and opened in LCP Subarea 6 utilizing the 571 unallocated parking spaces within the existing 1,471 space City-owned parking structure as the primary parking supply;

  • b)

    Prior to the City’s issuance of the first certificate of occupancy for development in LCP Subarea 6 exceeding the 114,200 square foot threshold, the applicants shall open for public use the on-street parking spaces on Shoreline Drive in LCP Subareas 6 and 11 (approximately 189-245 spaces) and the 100-150 space public parking lot located in Shoreline Park at the southwest intersection of Pine Avenue and Shoreline Drive.

Prior to the City’s issuance of the first certificate of occupancy for development in LCP Subarea 5 authorized by amended Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156, the applicants shall open for public use the 2,195 space parking structure in LCP Subarea 5 and the approximately 333 on- street parking spaces on Pine Avenue, Seaside Way, and on the new street grid to be developed within LCP Subarea 5.

In addition, within ninety days of the establishment of the proposed parking spaces listed in this condition, the City shall submit final plans, for the review of the Executive Director, which show the exact number and location of all parking spaces (on-street, surface lot & structure) provided pursuant to this condition. The final plans shall be in substantial conformance with the conceptual plans submitted with this application. Any deviation from the conceptual plans shall be submitted to the Executive Director to determine whether an amendment to this permit is necessary pursuant to the requirements of the Coastal Act and the California Code of Regulations.

11.

Traffic and Parking Management Association

The applicants and all designated operators and managers of the parking facilities approved herein shall participate in the Traffic and Parking Management Association established pursuant to the City of Long Beach certified Local Coastal Program [see certified LCP Downtown Shoreline Planned Development Plan (PD-6): General Development and Use Standard (b)6]. The City shall include the parking resources approved by this permit in the total parking resources addressed by the Traffic and Parking Management Association.

12.

Lease to Private Operators

The lease of any development or land area subject to Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156 shall explicitly incorporate provisions for public use, public access, employee parking, parking fees and management practices consistent with all conditions contained herein. All findings and conditions of approval adopted by the Commission pursuant to its approval of Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156 shall be attached as an exhibit to all leases of property, development or land area within the project.

13.

Public Parking

All parking within LCP Subareas 5 and 6 shall be reserved for the use of the general public and shall be available for use on a first-come, first-served basis. There shall be no exclusive use of parking spaces or reserved parking spaces within the approved structure by any person or group other than the general public (handicapped spaces excluded). A portion of the public parking spaces in the parking structures and the surface parking lot located at the southwest corner of Shoreline Drive and Pine Avenue may set aside in order to provide the general public with valet or assisted parking on a first-come, first-served basis. Fees for any valet or assisted parking shall be the same as for self-parking.

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Valet Parking

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