SAN CARLOS, CA—Plans for a mixed-use development around the Caltrain station on El Camino Real, were given an adequate 3-2 approval by city officials.
Council Member Ron Collins, who voted to certify the environmental impact report for the San Carlos Transit Village Project, acknowledged the document isn’t perfect but said it “met all the requirements.” Changes could be made when the project itself goes to the council, he said. Vice Mayor Bob Grassilli and Council Member Karen Clapper also voted to certify the report.
The Transit Village would feature eight buildings of up to four stories on the 10.5-acre strip between El Camino Real and the Caltrain tracks, from Northwood Drive to Arroyo Avenue. It would include 280 market-rate apartments, offices, shops and restaurants.
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