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Cover Story - March 14, 2014

Around California Avenue: Here comes construction

Palo Alto's effort to encourage more development near California Avenue is already bearing fruit. Here are some of the new developments that will soon be opening their doors in the city's "other downtown."

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Posted by no sky left
a resident of Evergreen Park
on Jul 15, 2014 at 9:09 pm

Don't forget about the awful 2555 Park Blvd development that is attributing to boxing us all in.


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Posted by Mark Weiss
a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Jul 17, 2014 at 10:04 am

when hippies and Deadheads came here to party???

That's a weird reduction and distortion about the history of Keystone, Edge and Illusions as a cultural amenity.

Suffice it to say a) the hippies and deadheads were from here, did not merely come here, b) they stopped a war rather than, like the new brand of tech workers, seek to profit from it.

Cali Ave is like a war zone and a reconstruction.

How about a park for Ventura, if Fry's leaves, instead of more dense housing? As precedent i offer Greer Park which when the drive-in movie left, became a major Palo Alto public amenity. (Drive-in>brick-and-mortar::parks)


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