As designed, the main warehouse building would be about 50 feet tall and the length of more than three football fields on its longest side. Outside would be 419 parking spaces for cars and 306 stalls for trucks and trailers.
Two single-family homes are being considered for Class 1 designation and a 30-unit condominium complex is up for historic district designation. The issue will next go before the Palm Springs City Council.
Inclusionary housing policies have been discussed in the city for years, but never implemented. Should Palm Springs officials approve them, some would be the first of their type in the Coachella Valley.