Edgewood Plaza needs to be scraped
Original post made by Bill T., Duveneck/St. Francis, on Jan 18, 2007
The Palo Alto Online posting on last night's meeting was a great summary and I think the developer is trying hard to listen to the neighborhood.
I'm sorry, but even though I'm a great believer in historic preservation, I can't see saving this ugly center just because it was built a long time ago incorporating Eichler architecture.
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