Menlo Park has been considering a proposal for housing, offices and amenities at SRI by Parkline since last Spring. After meetings on January 23 and February 6, the City of Menlo Park Planning Commission made improvements to the proposal that increased the number of total homes at the site to 550, and dedicated an acre of land for 100 deeply affordable homes.
The City has listened to community feedback, and on March 14 the City Council made another big step towards bringing this proposal closer to reality. The Council voted to approve the Environmental Impact Review scope, which includes studying the impact of up to 800 total homes on the site. This opens the door to improving the proposal’s housing to jobs ratio, and potentially increasing the number of deeply affordable homes.
As the City continues to move this proposal closer to reality, we will keep you updated on opportunities to shape it. Stay tuned!
Read previous blog posts about this project:
SRI Parkline Study Session: Letter to Planning Commission (Spring 2022)
Update on the Parkline project at SRI (January 2023)