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Viewpoint - July 16, 2014

Letter: Analysis confirms need to limit office space

Menlo Park's $150,000 analysis of the impacts of the (Save Menlo) initiative confirms the need to limit office space. Current market forces for office will consume almost all the specific plan's maximum net new nonresidential space cap of 474,000 square feet over 30 years. According to the consultant, the Stanford project's net new nonresidential is 95.23 percent office, and Greenheart's is 92.83 percent office.

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George C Fisher Cotton Street, Menlo Park

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