An approved project can be seen, in rendering, to construct two 5,000-square-foot commercial buildings and a small plaza on a property at Monterey and Santa Rosa streets in downtown San Luis Obispo. Now a much larger proposal is being discussed for two 75-foot-tall buildings with a hotel, retail and office space, and four floors of affordable and workforce housing.
An approved project can be seen, in rendering, to construct two 5,000-square-foot commercial buildings and a small plaza on a property at Monterey and Santa Rosa streets in downtown San Luis Obispo. Now a much larger proposal is being discussed for two 75-foot-tall buildings with a hotel, retail and office space, and four floors of affordable and workforce housing. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
An approved project can be seen, in rendering, to construct two 5,000-square-foot commercial buildings and a small plaza on a property at Monterey and Santa Rosa streets in downtown San Luis Obispo. Now a much larger proposal is being discussed for two 75-foot-tall buildings with a hotel, retail and office space, and four floors of affordable and workforce housing. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

Developers add more workforce housing to proposed 75-foot-tall project in downtown SLO

January 28, 2016 05:52 PM

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