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d) On Building C (40 feet): the roof of the multi-screen theater (60 feet maximum), one barrel element extension (43 feet maximum), one barrel element extension (60 feet maximum), and two 500 square foot towers (60 & 93 feet maximum);

e) On Building D (40 feet): the roof of the multi-screen theater (60 feet maximum), one barrel element extension (78 feet maximum) with one blade (100 feet maximum) for theater identification sign, and 2,000 square foot tower (52 feet maximum);

  • f)

    Parking structure (Amendment 5-98-156-A1 approved a 100-foot architectural tower);

  • h)

    In the town square: one vertical monument with a footprint not to exceed 500 square feet

(152 feet maximum); and,

  • h)

    Flag poles (77 feet maximum).

  • i)

    Up to seven three-dimensional food icons (70 feet maximum) within the confines of the faux

roller coaster, provided that such icons do not advertise a particular store, product or service, and provided that they do not extend south of the north curb of Shoreline Drive.

All heights shall be measured from the average elevation at the front top of the curbline, or from the officially mapped flood hazard level of 13.8 feet above mean lower low water (MLLW), whichever is higher.

View Corridors

No structures over 42 inches in height, other than required safety features, structures required to meet ADA access standards where there is no alternative location for such structures outside of the view corridors, mobile vending carts, lighting features and low-scale official directional signs, shall be placed in the view corridors identified on Exhibit #9 of this staff report (dated 1/14/99). In addition, no restaurant dining areas shall be placed in the view corridors identified on Exhibit #9 of this staff report (dated 1/14/99). However, seats and picnic tables (less than 42 inches in height) for the public picnic areas with no restaurant table service may be provided within view corridors only as shown on Exhibit #9 of the staff report dated February 24, 2000. An arch which contains the lettering “PIER, PINE AVENUE” shall be permitted at the entrance to the Pine Avenue Pier, provided that the bottom edge of the arch is at least twelve feet above the pier so as to not intrude into the protected pedestrian view corridor along the pier to the water.

Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit, the applicants shall submit revised plans that comply with the view corridor protections of this condition. The revised plans shall be subject to the review and approval of the Executive Director, and shall include the following revisions: a) removal of all items (other than the PINE AVENUE PIER arch) that exceed 42 inches in height from the Pine Avenue Pier view corridor; b) removal of the restaurant dining patios attached to Buildings J and K that encroach into the Terraces view corridor identified on Exhibit #9 of staff report dated 1/14/99 and located at the terminus of Pine Avenue, and c) provision of a 90-foot wide view corridor over Aquarium Way between Building F and Building G south of Shoreline Drive. The development shall conform to the revised plans approved by the Executive Director.

Signage

All roof signs, freestanding signs, three-dimensional icons, and signs above 40 feet in elevation are prohibited, unless specifically permitted by this permit or another Commission approval. Exceptions: i) Signs attached to the wall of an approved structure that exceeds 40 feet in elevation, and ii) up to seven three-dimensional food icons within the confines of the faux roller coaster, provided that such icons do not exceed 70 feet in height above the flood plain elevation, do not advertise a particular store, product or service, and do not extend south of the north curb of

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