Current tenants include a barber shop, a real estate developer, a tech-staffing company, a publication, a therapist, a venture capitalist, an artificial intelligence company and a Rolfing practice among others, according to signs on the building.
Some tenants said they have known for a long time they would be moving and received formal eviction letters last month.
The new development will merge three lots into one and include a single structure with 4,274 square feet of ground-floor retail (3,405 square feet more than currently housed), 1,716 square feet of common areas and 29,010 square feet of office space on two floors, according to plans filed with the city. The building will also include a 8,364 square-foot ground-floor garage.
The proposal has taken four years to gain the city's approval. The initial design was deemed too boxy by the Architectural Review Board. The final version altered the front fa
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