Plan for 108 new City Park apartments without parking survives zoning appeal

An effort to stop 108 micro units from coming to 16th Avenue and Humboldt Street failed Tuesday.

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An effort to stop 108 micro units from coming to 16th Avenue and Humboldt Street failed Tuesday.

The Board of Adjustments, tasked with dealing with zoning questions, voted 4-1 to allow the project to proceed as planned, reports Westword.

The project, planned without parking, has been loudly decried, with more than 500 people signing a petition to seeking to revoke the permit. On the local Nextdoor community, an 87-comment discussion had a fairly even split between those for and against the development.

Representatives from several neighborhood associations will meet this weekend to discuss the next course of action, promises StoptheHumboldtMicros.com. “The [Board of Adjustment] appeal is behind us, but the issue is definitely not.”

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