The criticism began about five years ago, shortly after a 181-townhouse development called Arbor Real made its debut on El Camino Real in south Palo Alto. Now the city is looking at revising its zoning codes, to align with a vision of El Camino as a pedestrian-friendly, vibrant boulevard.
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Palo Alto eyes higher standards for new buildings
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