A new mixed-use development and temporary downtown public parking lot were approved by the Paso Robles Planning Commission this week.
The Uptown Center at 3328 Spring St., brought by applicant Rick Jeffrey, calls for developing 28 single-family homes, 14 residential condominium units and 23,550 square feet of commercial buildings, including a grocery store.
The parking lot at 10th and Pine streets downtown, brought by applicant Brett Van Steenwyk, will be monitored by a paid kiosk at prices still to be determined.
The projects don’t need additional approval by the City Council, city officials said. Construction dates have not yet been made public.