Lincoln Aircenter

Posted by City of Lincoln, CA

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District Description

The Lincoln Aircenter comprises several undeveloped parcels located immediately east of the Lincoln Municipal Airport. Ranging from approximately 0.5 to 37 acres, the parcels are zoned and planned primarily for light industrial, professional and business office, and related uses. The lands are governed by the City's adopted Lincoln Aircenter Planned Development. Existing buildings consist primarily of tilt-up light industrial spaces, suitable for warehousing, light manufacturing and assembly, and related uses.

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Master Plan/Specific Plan

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Zoning Designation

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Height Limits

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Floor to Area Ratio (FAR)

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Dwelling Units per Acre

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Other Requirement

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Other Completed Agency Approvals

Design Review

Environmental Approval / Status

Original CEQA documentation approved with Aircenter Plan; new development may require CEQA analysis if not addressed under previous document

Zoned for Preferred Outcomes

Properties are primarily zoned for light industrial and related uses

Political Support

City will work with all parties interested in development; City emphasizes creation of new jobs for City residents

Fast Track Approval

City will work with all parties interested in development; City emphasizes creation of new jobs for City residents

Other Incentives

PG&E Economic Development Rate. Community choice aggregation coming in 2018.

Costs

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Infrastructure

All infrastructure in.

Transportation

.75 mile Highway 65 via Nelson Lane.

Private Investment

Several properties are already developed in the Aircenter, primarily with light industrial, R&D and warehousing uses

Local Development Trends & Market Indicators

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Contact Shawn Tillman

Shawn, from City of Lincoln, CA, has more details.

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Created on August 28th, 2014 (last updated about 1 month ago)