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Parker Place, a 155-unit development at Shattuck and Parker, won City Council approval last night after a long development tussle.
The project had originally been approved by both the Zoning Adjustments Board and the council in 2010, but a procedural error led to a lawsuit. It returned to the council last November, was the subject of a ZAB public hearing in December, and came back to the council for final approval last night.
Despite the approval, the developers expect opponents to pursue a lawsuit to delay or stop the project. Any suit would need to be filed within 30 days of formal notice of the project’s approval.
The project calls for two five-story mixed-use buildings at 2658 and 2660 Shattuck (both sides of Parker on Shattuck) and a three-story residential building at 2037 Parker. In addition to the 155 dwelling units, there is nearly 23,000 sq ft of commercial space on the ground floor. … Continue reading »
A new development of mixed-use apartments is set to rise at 2600 Shattuck Avenue after developer City Centric secured entitlements to build the $60 million project.
The hope is that the development — which will include 155 units, a 188-spot parking garage and 19,600 square feet of retail space – will revitalize something of a dead zone in Berkeley.
“Our vision is to really create a sense of place and really transform the neighborhood,” City Centric co-founder Mark Rhoades … Continue reading »