I found the parking standards in the Downtown Plan that apply to any development on the site. It is in “Downtown Specific Plan – Chapter 8 – Parking Standards“. It requires one space per studio unit, 1.5 spaces per one-bedroom unit, and 1.75 spaces per two or more bedroom units.
This means if a third of the units are one, two, and three bedrooms each, then they need 130 * (1.5 + 2 * 1.75) / 3 = 217 spaces, which is nowhere near the about 130 announced in the December Workshop.
The relevant paragraph says:
For Multi-Family (apartments, flats, lofts) residential Uses in the Downtown Specific Plan, parking for units with two or more bedrooms shall be required at 1.75 spaces per dwelling unit. Parking for units with one bedroom shall be required at 1.5 spaces per dwelling unit. Parking for studio units shall be required at one (1) space per dwelling unit.