April 6, 2015 Design Review Board Meeting

Time and Location
5:30 p.m.
Milton Marks Conference Center – San Diego Room
455 Golden Gate Avenue, Suite 10600 (10th Floor)
San Francisco

Please enter on the Golden Gate Street side of the building and allow time to go through security.

Tentative Agenda

  1. Call to Order

  2. Approval of Draft Minutes for February 9, 2015 Meeting

  3. Scott’s Seafood Restaurant, Jack London Square, Oakland, Alameda County (Second Review) // Exhibits

    The Design Review Board will conduct a second review of Scott’s Jack London Seafood Inc. and the Port of Oakland’s proposed design for a replacement enclosure of the public pavilion, authorized for private use 20 percent (or 73 days) of the year, located on the east side of Scott’s Seafood Restaurant at the foot of Franklin Street, Jack London Square in the City Oakland, Alameda County. The project is located entirely within a required public access area in the Commission’s 100-foot-shoreline band jurisdiction. Proposed improvements in the public access area include: (1) replacing removable canvas tent walls with permanent, partially retractable wall panels including three doors; (2) placing moveable planters around the periphery of the pavilion to protect the wall panels from vehicular damage, some of which will be permanently stored in the public access area when the pavilion is in public use; and (3) converting 255 square feet of public access to restaurant storage. Additionally, the applicants are proposing the following public access elements in the public pavilion and the Franklin Street Plaza: additional site furniture beyond what is presently required, paving enhancements, landscaping improvements, kinetic sculptures, lighting and sound features and an intermittent coffee cart.
    (Adrienne Klein) [415/352-3609  adrienne.klein@bcdc.ca.gov]

  4. Adjournment

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