Tonight: Greenheart holds public meeting on proposed Menlo Park complex


Greenheart Development Co. is inviting the public to a community meeting in Menlo Park on Thursday, Feb. 25, to provide information about its proposed office, apartment and retail complex to be built on El Camino Real at Oak Grove Avenue in Menlo Park.

The meeting will run from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Hillview Middle School Performing Arts Center at 130 Elder Ave. in Menlo Park.

The proposed mixed-use complex would have about 190,000 square feet of offices, up to 202 rental apartments, and up to 29,000 square feet of retail on 7.2 acres, the company said.

Bob Burke, principal with Greenheart, said the purpose of the meeting is to allow residents to meet the development team one-on-one – architects, a landscape architect, the sustainability engineer and the traffic engineer – and to ask questions and comment on any issue.

A public hearing on the draft environmental impact report on the project will be held by the Menlo Park Planning Commission as part of its Monday, March 21, meeting, which starts at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at the Civic Center, 701 Laurel St.

— Barbara Wood


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Posted by really
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on Feb 25, 2016 at 12:23 pm

This was postponed- Please check with the City

Editor's note: This meeting has not been postponed. You are probably confusing this with the ConnectMenlo meeting, which has been postponed: Web Link

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Posted by Barbara Wood
Almanac staff writer
on Feb 25, 2016 at 12:34 pm

Barbara Wood is a registered user.

This meeting has not been postponed. The city's ConnectMenlo meeting originally scheduled for tonight has been postponed. Web Link

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Posted by really?
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on Feb 25, 2016 at 1:34 pm

My apologies- You're correct

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