The Alhambra is a 45-acre business park with attractive gardens and an emphasis on qualify of life for tenants. Little known to some residents, its long history is a key part of the city's fabric.
The city will post larger signs on project sites and will also start mailing project notices to tenants.
The 801 E. Main Street project was denied by the Planning Commission in July after several hearings. The land is now up for sale for almost $9 million.
Leaders of Alhambra's Sikh community said they weren't properly informed of plans for the development that would tear down their Gurdwara.
The Council also decided to lower heights on new buildings in Alhambra’s Central Business District to five stories.
Alhambra’s Planning Commission voted to deny the application for a four-story office building after significant neighborhood opposition.
A few remain on the original site, and a number of them have been moved to Ramona Convent Secondary School, but some Alhambra residents are wondering what happened to the rest.
The public had an opportunity to speak at Monday’s hearing on 801 E. Main St., and will have one more opportunity to do so on June 17.
The City Council heard a presentation on a potential 40-unit affordable housing development in downtown Alhambra.
Alhambra Planning Commission Continues East Main Street Development Hearing; City Plans to Facilitate Dialogue Between Community Members and Developer
Debate over the proposed 45-unit commercial project at 801 E. Main St. brought a large crowd to the often contentious Planning Commission hearing Monday night.