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Pedestrians cross University Avenue at Waverley Street in downtown Palo Alto.

Could more office buildings redefine the character of popular Palo Alto district? by Gennady Sheyner

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o a naked eye, University Avenue doesn’t look like the city’s latest battleground. The sidewalks bustle, the coffee shops buzz and digital Apples gleam from seemingly every table. Vacancies, a looming menace just three years ago, are now almost nonexistent (or, at a rate of about 2 percent, mostly irrelevant). New restaurants are opening every month, rent prices are among the highest in the nation and applications to construct major new “gateway” buildings are filing in at a rapid pace. The rest of America may still be shaking off the economic hangover from the Great Recession, but downtown Palo Alto is fully awake. According to a new report from the City Auditor’s Office, the city’s sales-and-use tax revenues increased by 8 percent between the second quarter of 2011 and the second quarter of 2012 (which ended in June). In the downtown area, sales-tax revenues have gone

up steadily since the second quarter of 2010, rising gradually from $2.5 million to $3 million in the second quarter of 2012. The city’s most recent downtown-vacancy report, which was released in February 2011, stated that while the effect of the economic slowdown is still evident, “economic conditions have improved since October of 2009.” According to the report, the vacancy rate in the blocks zoned as “commercial downtown” was about 2.6 percent in late 2010. City officials believe the vacancy rate has since slid down to about 2 percent. Prominent newcomers include the bakery chain La Boulange on University and High Street; the home-furniture store Inhabiture on Ramona Street; and the Apple Store, which relocated from the corner of University and Kipling Street to a larger location two blocks west. “It’s pretty safe to say that we’ve moved the vacancy rate much

lower than where it was during that report,” Thomas Fehrenbach, the city’s economic development manager, said during a recent interview. “A number of spaces have come online that have been vacant for some time. Generally, the climate is pretty robust at this point.”

‘Some people said it feels hotter than it did in the dotcom boom, even.’ – James Keene, city manager, Palo Alto Anecdotal evidence confirms that the market has heated up in the last two years, City Manager James Keene said. “In some of the conversations I’ve been having with people on the street, people were saying in 2011 that they thought things were very hot,” Keene told the Weekly.

“Some people said it feels hotter than it did in the dotcom boom, even.” And yet the area’s recent and expected growth is also prompting serious head scratching and heated disagreement in City Hall these days. With downtown residents lamenting the loss of parking on their blocks and massive downtown office projects rolling through the pipeline, many fear that the onrush of development will change the character of the city for the worse. At last week’s City Council meeting, Planning Director Curtis Williams said the area is “suffering from its own success” when it comes to downtown parking. In letters and public comments, residents routinely decry downtown’s urbanization and complain about traffic congestion and parking shortages. One resident, Colleen Backstrand, wrote in a letter to the council earlier this month that after 25 years away, she returned

to Palo Alto and discovered her “small town has turned (into) a city with parking issues, traffic, crime.” Another resident, Amy Kacher, criticized a downtown office complex proposed by billionaire developer John Arrillaga, saying the development — which includes four office towers — will be an “eyesore” that will “eclipse the heritage of our historic downtown area.” The debate over downtown growth has dominated recent meetings of the City Council and Palo Alto’s land-use boards. The council spent the bulk of its November meetings discussing ways to protect downtown retail spaces from being converted to offices and to revise parking regulations to better meet the demand, a hot topic among downtown neighborhoods. The Planning and Transportation Commission earlier this month weighed the pros and cons (continued on next page)

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of abandoning the city’s 50-foot height limit for new buildings, a bedrock protection for slowgrowth proponents. And the Architectural Review Board spent most of its Nov. 15 meeting discussing the proposed designs for two new downtown developments — one at 135 Hamilton Ave. and another at 636 Waverley St. — each of which would be four-stories high, largely filled with offices. At the same time, the city is wrestling with broader questions about downtown growth. Last week, the council directed staff to hire consultants to perform two studies. One will gauge demand for parking downtown and evaluate the need and options for new garages. The other, known as the “downtown-cap study” will assess the recent and projected volume of downtown development and help determine just how much more growth the area can accommodate. In addition to these long-term studies, Palo Alto officials are pursuing more immediate changes to stem an unintended transformation of downtown’s character. Earlier this month, the City Council agreed to revise the downtown zoning code to require groundfloor retail at an Emerson Street block. The council also on Monday approved a moratorium on a parking exemption for downtown developers — an exemption that was created in 1986 as an incentive for building in the area. City officials agreed that this type of incentive isn’t necessary in today’s sizzling real-estate climate, particularly given downtown’s parking problems.

The Apple Store relocated from the corner of University and Kipling Street to a larger location two blocks west, where Z Gallerie had been. The new store opened Oct. 27. “Those are policies from another day, and I think today’s downtown needs to be looked at much differently,” Keene said. “The city realizes that the parking impacts on neighborhoods are real and significant, and we do mean business when we talk about how we’re going to address that issue.”

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he debate over downtown growth reflects, in many ways, the two-sided nature of University Avenue. The active commercial strip is one of the major technological landmarks of Silicon Valley, a place where companies like Google and Facebook reached adolescence before moving on to larger headquarters

elsewhere. It’s a regional destination for the types of hip, designconscious technophiles who work at IDEO, get their drip coffee at Philz, and seek happiness at the Apple Store. It’s a critical part of downtown Palo Alto’s cosmopolitan feel and global reputation as a nurturer of small startups and an incubator of big ideas.

“It’s a place where someone can come with an idea, connect with people who can launch that idea into a business, connect with the right type of sources — lawyers, bankers — and at the same time be located at a place with so many amenities on the ground floor,” Fehrenbach said.

‘The city realizes that the parking impacts on neighborhoods are real and significant, and we do mean business when we talk about how we’re going to address that issue.” – James Keene, city manager, Palo Alto

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Talenthouse, a new type of design and advertising firm, occupies a spacious loft on High Street, a block south of University Avenue.

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Among the most visible and ambitious newcomers is Talenthouse, which opened in 2010. A startup that perfectly encapsulates Palo Alto’s flair for design and technology, Talenthouse occupies a spacious loft on High Street, a block south of University. A social hub for creative types, it boasts a community of 1.7 million and was the brainchild of English music producer Amos Pizzey and entrepreneur Roman Scharf. Talenthouse applies crowdsourcing techniques to the fields of design and advertising. A client can request a track remix, an event logo or a T-shirt design, and the artists in the company’s growing (continued on page 52)


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Diners eat at Gyros Gyros restaurant while people wait on the corner of University Avenue and Cowper Street in downtown Palo Alto.

Debating downtown Fiercest battles over scale of growth erupted in ’60s, ’70s

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hange has been a constant on University Avenue since its early days, when businesses like Worrel Wood Yard, Thoits Shoe Store and Meany the Tailor lined the downtown strip. In 1898, the avenue featured a pool parlor, a livery stable and the horse-drawn Palo Alto & University Bus, which served visitors arriving by train, according to Pamela Gullard and Nancy Lund’s “History of Palo Alto: The Early Years.” University Avenue blossomed into a town center after the turn of the century. One of the first downtown businesses was G.W. LaPeire and Son, a grocery store where older men “dipped their hands freely in the nearby oyster cracker barrel, chewed their tobacco and spat in the spitoons provided,” according to Marguerite Weichselfelder, a resident of early Palo Alto whom Gullard and Lund quote. Cars came two decades later, bringing with them the usual car problems. In 1920, City Councilman Denison Thomas “branded downtown parking the biggest problem of the day,” according to Ward Winslow’s centennial history of Palo Alto.

The big schism at the time was between the police department, which favored parallel parking to allow more room for traffic, and downtown merchants, who wanted diagonal parking (the merchants prevailed for a few years). Like the rest of the city, downtown went through a major growth spurt in the postwar boom years of the late 1940s and the 1950s. Planning for the University Avenue underpass began in the late 1930s, and the underpass finally opened in 1941. According to a recent staff report, the project was initiated because the existing at-grade crossings, especially at University and El Camino Real, “were becoming significant traffic-flow problems by the late 1930s as local and mid-Peninsula populations expanded and private automobile use became more common for everyone.” A decade later, in 1952, with parking demand on the rise, the city formed the University Avenue Parking Assessment District. The association was created to build 15 downtown parking lots, according to Winslow’s book. The city added more public parking in the late 1960s,

when it built the new Civic Center with an underground garage. The period of development led to bitter feuds on the City Council between the pro-growth “establishment” and the slowgrowth “residentialists.” Residents also became engaged. In the early 1970s, Professorville neighborhood residents spearheaded a ballot measure opposing a proposal by the Palo Alto Medical Foundation for an 18-story hospital. The hospital project was soundly defeated. In early 1971, voters also struck down a proposal for a massive, high-rise office building slated for Bryant Street, between University and Lytton avenues. Gary Fazzino, a former mayor and the city’s unofficial historian, pointed out in a May presentation to the Palo Alto Historical Association that the battle between the establishment and residentialists largely wound down by the mid-1970s. In a video clip, which was televised during the City Council’s Nov. 13 memorial ceremony for Fazzino, he refers to a “period of peace and good will” that took over in the second half of the decade. “The big reason for the change was

the fact that by the mid-to-late 1970s, the community has decided that for the most part it will remain a slow-growth, pro-environment community and that it was not interested in high-rises, not interested in significant downtown growth,” Fazzino said. This moderate approach to development is reflected in the zoning changes the city made in the two decades after the great City Council battles of the 1960s. In the early 1970s, the city imposed a 50foot height limit on new buildings, and in 1986, it revised its downtown zoning regulations to make density requirements more restrictive. At that time, the council also set a cap of 350,000 square feet for new downtown development and directed staff to conduct a fresh analysis of downtown parking and zoning issues when development reached 235,000 square feet. That time has now come. Palo Alto is currently weighing three downtown developments that collectively would push the city well beyond the 235,000-squarefoot threshold (see main bar). N — Gennady Sheyner

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Customers dine at LYFE kitchen, which recently opened on Hamilton Avenue in downtown Palo Alto.

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Lunchtime diners chat outside at La Boulange on University Avenue in downtown Palo Alto.

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social hub will get to work and present their submissions. Talenthouse’s goal, quite simply, is to change the advertising industry. In an interview in July, Scharf griped about the ineffectiveness of the prevalent advertising modes — pop-ups, banners, video commercials — which interrupt the user’s experience. Talenthouse’s model, by contrast, allows the brand to target the creative class more directly and less intrusively. Artists in Talenthouse’s network sponsor each other’s work on various campaigns and, through their social networking, spread the brand’s message. Scharf said that the company’s community of artists has worked on campaigns for clients such as Paul McCartney, U2 and Stan Lee. “Talenthouse is not a participant in the existing boxes of media,” Scharf said. “It’s a new box.” On March 31, the company cohosted Palo Alto’s daylong Hackathon, a street festival that was part software-coding party and part celebration of the area’s reputation as the Mecca for technological innovation. Masses took over the High Street block to bop with headphones on to “silent” disco, meet the next Steve Jobs and code their hearts out. Other sponsors of the event included Innovation

and Endeavors, a venture-capital firm founded by Google president Eric Schmidt and the City of Palo Alto.

‘It’s an unbelievable thing that there’s six or seven yogurt shops. That offering exists because of the density we have here for the workforce.’ – Michael Alcheck, planning commissioner, Palo Alto Downtown’s innovation isn’t limited to tech start-ups. LYFE Kitchen, a brainchild of former McDonald’s president Mike Roberts, recently opened on Hamilton Avenue, the first of what he hopes will be hundreds of restaurants. Like the svelte, health-conscious techies who patronize it, the allorganic, super-sustainable LYFE aims to transform an industry — in this case, fast food. As Roberts told Wired magazine earlier this year, “We’re in the middle of the first stage of the food revolution.” Palo Alto’s leaders encourage this sort of ambition. Keene said one of his concerns when it comes to downtown is the steep retail rents, which make it hard for

cutting-edge restaurants to afford space on University Avenue. “Palo Alto should be the food center for the Peninsula in the same way that we’re the creative center for technology,” Keene said. “We have the demographics and the demand that would support these sorts of things.” But for all the talk of regional prestige and global leadership, University Avenue also serves an important local, age-old function. Since Palo Alto’s founding, the strip has served as the city’s civic backbone, a destination for residents looking to do their shopping, catch up on local news and chat up their favorite merchants. If Talenthouse and the new Apple Store represent one side of downtown Palo Alto, venerable downtown establishments such as Bell’s Books, Mac’s Smoke Shop and President Barbershop represent the other. “It’s not a faux, fabricated, redeveloped downtown,” Keene said, referring to downtown’s traditional role. “That’s one of the real appeals that it has. University Avenue is a real street for people.” It is this quality, often referred to as “historic character,” that critics of the proposed developments refer to when they talk about the need to limit growth. And it is this quality that area residents invoke when they rage about downtown workers flooding residential neighborhoods with their cars.


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University Avenue continues to attract numerous new restaurants, including Paris Baguette, which opened a year ago. The district is a mix of retail and office buildings.

The argument evokes Palo Alto’s land-use wars of the 1960s and 1970s, when pro-growth “establishment” leaders battled the city’s “residentialists,” who argued that new developments were degrading the city’s quality of life (see sidebar). Though the two sides ultimately reached a “slow growth” consensus in the late 1970s, residentialist critiques are re-emerging these days as new office developments wind their way through the city’s planning process, threatening to further change the face and feel of downtown. Karen Dreyfus, a Professorville resident, was one of several speakers at the Nov. 13 council meeting on parking. “As the council is balancing the interests of businesses, developers and residents, I think it’s very important to note that the residents, even in the best-case scenario, have already contributed and are compromising, whatever the result is,” Dreyfus said.

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ost city leaders see downtown’s growth as generally desirable and more or less inevitable, though there has been some debate about how much development the area can accommodate. “Additional office space in the downtown can actually continue to feed retail in a vibrant downtown life, but we clearly have to

manage the impacts of that, with the two most immediate impacts being parking and traffic,” Keene said. Russ Cohen, executive director of the Downtown Business and Professionals Association, agreed new office development could be good for downtown because it would supply customers to downtown merchants. “What you have with that office space is an installed base of customers,” Cohen said. “Other cities have to promote and advertise and recruit people to come down and visit downtown. We have to do it, but we also have so many workers coming to patronize our businesses.” Michael Alcheck, a city planning commissioner, made a similar point at a recent meeting when he marveled at the fact that there’s about a half dozen frozen yogurt shops. “It’s an unbelievable thing that there’s six or seven yogurt shops,” he said. “That offering exists because of the density we have here for the workforce.” In recent discussions of Arrillaga’s proposed project at 27 University Ave., opinions among city officials and downtown residents have ranged widely. Staff have largely focused on what they see as the project’s considerable benefits, most notably Arrillaga’s proposal to improve the circulation around the Caltrain station

by transforming the confusing labyrinth that exists there today into a two-block plaza lined with bike paths and pedestrian amenities. In a September hearing on the project, Deputy City Manager Steve Emslie called the city’s potential partnership with Arrillaga an “exciting opportunity” and the proposal a “bolder one than anything anyone has proposed in recent memory.”

‘People in Palo Alto made a deliberate step not to have Palo Alto be Manhattanized.” – Arthur Keller, planning commissioner, Palo Alto Others were far more subdued. Councilman Pat Burt, while noting that the Arrillaga complex could have “tremendous community benefits,” said the buildings in the proposal are far too big. He urged his colleagues to couple their support for exploring this project with a fresh commitment to the city’s 50-foot height limit. Planning commissioners have also been ambivalent about abandoning the height restriction. Some, like Alcheck and Mark Michaels, said they would be open to taller buildings in select locations, particularly near the city’s

transit hubs. Alcheck argued at the Oct. 26 meeting on 27 University Ave. that there is “no location that is closer to transit, closer to El Camino Real, that is more apt for the tallest building we’ve ever considered. “If we’re going to do it, we ought to shoot for the stars here,” Alcheck said. Others have been more skeptical of big buildings and more offices. Bob Moss, a land-use watchdog and frequent critic of major developments, finds the addition of large office buildings — and hundreds or thousands of jobs — problematic at a time when the city has a jobs-to-housing ratio estimated at about three-to-one. Over the past three years, city officials have been protesting to the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) that Palo Alto is already a “built-out city” and cannot accommodate the volume of housing that ABAG is calling for. But as Moss pointed out in a public meeting earlier this year, such an argument is harder to make when developers are adding large office buildings downtown. In discussing Arrillaga’s proposal specifically, Commissioner Arthur Keller said that if he wanted to move back to Manhattan, his former home, he’d do so. People in Palo Alto, he said, “made a deliberate step not to have Palo Alto be Manhattanized” when they passed

the various development restrictions in the 1970s and 1980s. Many downtown residents share Keller’s view. Martin Sommer, who lives at a condominium building between Alma and High streets, argued that Arrillaga’s proposed buildings would kill his and his neighbors’ view of the Santa Cruz Mountains and bring down their real-estate values. His online petition to stop the project and to oust the council members who ignore the city’s 50-foot height limit has received 137 signatures as of last week. “People are getting angry about these proposed buildings,” Sommer told the council on Sept. 24. Residents could ultimately have a say on this project. On Dec. 3, the City Council is tentatively scheduled to discuss a ballot measure that would let voters opine on Arrillaga’s proposal. Voters would need to approve a swap of parkland (El Camino Park is adjacent to 27 University) and also the change of zoning from “public facility” and “planned community” to a brand-new designation accommodating the office towers and theater complex. The election will be as good a test as any for whether the community’s slow-growth consensus of the late 1970s is still alive.

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A development with four office towers at 27 University Ave., one illustrated at left, has been proposed for downtown Palo Alto. This view looks east toward the train tracks.

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hile some rail about the increase of office space and argue that the Arrillaga development will lead to further deterioration of downtown’s traditional character, Keene said that whatever height exceptions might

ultimately be allowed for 27 University would not apply to any other projects. The city, he said, is not proposing to scrap height limits elsewhere downtown. “I want to make it very clear that from the staff perspective, we do not see, going forward, making changes across the board on the height limit we have,” Keene said. “Any discussion on 27 University

that would look at heights, it would be treated as a distinctive, one-ofa-kind location for looking at that issue. It’s a question that’s on a lot of people’s minds. As we get a development application submitted, we’ll work through that issue and process in a very public way.” The Arrillaga proposal has arrived at a time when the city is juggling at least three other major

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MacArthur Park is currently at 27 University Ave., the site of a proposed development of office towers and a new theater.

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downtown developments, all of which are primarily office buildings. In May, the council approved the construction of a four-story “gateway” building on the former Shell gas-station site on Lytton Avenue and Alma Street. The council backed the project after ensuring that the developers would pay for a parking study and contribute close to $2 million toward future parking improvements such as a new garage — a nod to concerns from Downtown North neighborhood residents. Once built, the glassy Lytton Gateway would occupy a prominent corner next to the downtown Caltrain station and would include as part of its design a 70-foot-high corner tower. The “gateway” concept is also touted in an application by prominent developer Charles “Chop” Keenan for a four-story building at 135 Hamilton Ave. Keenan hopes to turn what’s currently a parking lot into a mixed-use development, again predominantly office space. (He also plans to bring offices and some ground-floor retail to the Varsity Theatre building on University Avenue that, until recently, housed Borders Books.) The Hamilton Avenue development would feature about 20,000 square feet of commercial space and two residential units. The city’s Architectural Review Board discussed Keenan’s project at its Nov. 15 meeting. After commenting on the proposed design, members moved on to another

downtown proposal — an application by David Kleiman for a fourstory building, with two floors of office space and two floors of residential, at 636 Waverley St. (the board didn’t vote on either project). Kleiman told the board that in designing the four-story building on the peripheral downtown block, he was considering what the block will look like “very soon” — taller, busier and more urban. “Think of what’s only a block away on Hamilton Avenue,” he told the board. “All the buildings come right up to the sidewalk and they’re similar in character to this. They’re 30-, 40-, 50-feet tall. “I think once the building is built and the building next door — it’s in design — is built, it will establish Waverley as much more urban and, frankly, the type of street that has heavier use and a much taller character than exists today.” All three of these projects, however, are overshadowed by Arrillaga’s mammoth proposal to create a new “arts and innovation district” with four office towers and a performance theater, which would be occupied by TheatreWorks. The office towers would range from seven to 11 stories in height, with the tallest rising to 161 feet. The concept (which has yet to be presented as a formal application) also includes a complete redesign of the busy transit hub between downtown and Stanford Univer-


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The Palo Alto City Council has restored a regulation governing the block of Emerson Street between Hamilton and Forest avenues that reserves ground-floor spaces for retail.

sity. The redesigned hub would include a host of bike and pedestrian connections and more space for buses. Even without the Arrillaga proposal, the new applications are pushing downtown development beyond the 235,000-square-foot threshold lawmakers had in mind in 1986.

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ew office developments are just one major downtown issue Palo Alto is wrestling with these days. A more vexing and urgent concern is the conversion of existing retail buildings to office use. Earlier this month, the council considered a colleagues’ memo from Vice Mayor Greg Scharff, Councilwoman Karen Holman and Councilman Greg Schmid, who proposed zoning changes to protect retail from office conversions. Scharff noted that office rent on University Avenue today is as high as $7.50 per square foot (compared to $5.50 in late 2010, according to city data). Retail rent is closer to $4 per square foot. “Right now, the office market is incredibly strong, and there’s strong economic pressure to convert from retail to office,” Scharff said. “So we need to look carefully at where we can lose retail in the downtown.” In the memo, the three council members listed several downtown properties that have recently switched from retail to office space, including the former locations of Fraiche Yogurt, the Blue

Chalk Café and Jungle Copy (where Talenthouse now resides). Three years ago, when vacancies were a threat, the council removed a requirement for ground-floor retail from the peripheral downtown blocks where these businesses were located. Scharff, Schmid and Holman urged the council to restore these retail protections as soon as possible.

‘This is not something we can take a wait-andsee attitude on. We lose a few restaurants, they become offices, it’s hard to get it back. That’s why it’s important to get proactive.’ – Greg Scharff, city councilman, Palo Alto Things around downtown have “changed dramatically,” Schmid said at the Nov. 5 meeting, with office space in particular doing “tremendously well.” Scharff agreed. “This is not something we can take a wait-and-see attitude on,” Scharff said. “We lose a few restaurants, they become offices, it’s hard to get it back. That’s why it’s important to get proactive.” Not everyone is convinced that radical change is necessary at this time. Councilman Larry Klein, who has been involved in lo-

cal politics since the early 1970s and who authored the 50-foot height limit, described today’s retail scene as “quite vibrant” and questioned the need for immediate zoning revisions. And Cohen of the Downtown Business and Professional Association argued that it’s too soon to reverse the changes the council made in 2009 and warned of “unintended consequences” — namely vacancies. But Faith Bell, whose family business, Bell’s Books, has been a fixture on Emerson Street for 77 years, said downtown rents are making it hard for small, independent businesses to stay open. The owner of LiveGreene, an ecofriendly gift shop on University Avenue near High Street, plans to close shop later this month and move to Manhattan, Bell told the council. The reason? Rent in one of the priciest areas in the nation is lower than in downtown Palo Alto. The only places independent businesses can go downtown is the side streets, where rent is cheaper, Bell said. “If you want to shop at Apple, if you want to shop at Subway, if you want to shop at Restoration Hardware, if you want to shop at the Cheesecake Factory or Haagen-Dazs, all of which are chains, they will be on University Avenue. They can afford those rents,” Bell said. “If you want to see independent, interesting businesses that are not what you see at Stanford Shopping Center and not what you see in every town in America, you have to protect the small corridors

with the small buildings. It’s that simple.” The council ultimately decided to restore ground-floor retail protection to the block of Emerson Street between Hamilton and Forest avenues. But members rejected making broader changes at this time, opting to wait until the “downtown cap” study is completed.

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owntown’s growing pains are expected to dominate City Council meetings for years, as the city proceeds with its parking programs, planning studies and brainstorming over zoning. The result could be the biggest rethinking and modification of downtown zoning laws since the mid 1980s. But even with the challenges, city officials and downtown leaders are pleased with the current state of affairs. Cohen said the area has withstood economic downturns in the past and has always rebounded, largely on the strength of its reputation as a technological leader. “There’s always been this draw to our downtown, and it has to do with that mix of office-professional space, retail space and restaurants,” Cohen said in a recent interview. “I think if you look historically, there have been some ups and downs. There have been times where there’s been more vacancies than we have today. But there’s always been this draw — this environment where startups were encouraged and honored. It’s

pretty fundamental.” Keene agreed and called Palo Alto’s downtown the best in the Peninsula. When asked whether the slow-growth consensus that ended the battle between Palo Alto’s establishment and residentialists in the late 1970s still stands, Keene said he believes it does. He noted that conversations about growth, density and transit-oriented developments have changed since the 1970s, with a greater focus these days on limiting traffic and encouraging density near transit. But the city’s caution about growing too fast holds, he said. The city may be awash in development proposals, but Keene said he doesn’t believe these projects will radically change Palo Alto. “I think there’s a willingness to accept that we’re a dynamic community and that there will be some changes and some progress,” Keene said. “But this needs to be aligned with what are the basic Palo Alto values — which is, quality of life. “Personally, I don’t see a dramatic change going forward occurring in our city.” N Staff Writer Gennady Sheyner can be emailed at gsheyner@ paweekly.com.

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SEASONAL CAMELLIAS ... Camellia expert Yuri Panchul will give a free illustrated talk on Sasanqua Camellias, which are now in season, at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 26, at the Veterans’ Memorial Building, 1435 Madison Ave., Redwood City. The program is sponsored by the San Francisco Peninsula Camellia Society. Information: http://camelliasfpcs.org.

RENTS ARE UP ... Average asking rents in complexes with 50 or more units are universally higher in Palo Alto and nearby communities during third quarter, according to RealFacts, which tracks rental trends. Here’s how it plays out: City 3Q2012 rent 1 year change Palo Alto 1 bd 1bth - $2,417 5.9% 2 bd 1 bth - $2.420 10.1% Menlo Park 1 bd 1bth - $2,593 12.1% 2 bd 1 bth - $2.786 14.2% Mountain View 1 bd 1bth - $1,897 11.8% 2 bd 1 bth - $2.180 13.7% East Palo Alto 1 bd 1bth - $1,130 14.1% 2 bd 1 bth - $1,300 23.6% KUDOS TO MOMPRENEUR ... Palo Alto resident Lori Krolik, a professional organizer and productivity specialist who runs More Time For You, was named one of the Top 25 Mompreneurs on SkinnyScoop, a social-networking site. Korlik has offered de-cluttering assistance, organizing and productivity coaching for individuals and small businesses for 17 years, while raising two children. Information: www.moretimeforyou.net N

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MAKE A WREATH ... Christine Hopkins will teach how to make permanent “Christmas Wreaths” from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center, 700 Alma St., Menlo Park. A variety of materials will be provided. Cost is $39 for nonresidents, $30 for residents, plus a $20 materials fee due to the instructor in class. Information: 650-330-2200 or www.menlopark. org

Last year’s Finishing Touches home tour featured beautiful tablescapes, as well as homes decorated with presents under the tree, below. by Carol Blitzer o, the holidays are getting a little ho-hum. Tradition may be fine and dandy, but sometimes people just need a little nudge in a new direction when it comes to decorating. The Junior League of Palo Alto*Mid Peninsula is holding its fifth annual “Finishing Touches: A Holiday Tour of Fine Homes & Boutiques” on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, featuring four homes in Atherton and Menlo Park, decorated for the holidays by homeowners and design partners. A holiday-themed boutique will be held at the Rosewood

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In addition to home tours and boutique-shopping, visitors to Finishing Touches can view a wide array of tablescapes — tables all dressed up for the holidays.

Real Estate Matters Home remodeling words of wisdom by Michael Dreyfus

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f you’re a homeowner, chances are you’ve either survived a remodel (congratulations are in order), or you’ve contemplated what you would do to your house to make it better. The question then becomes: Is your “better” the same as the next person’s “better”? In other words, will the remodeling choices you make now transfer into future value? After 30 years in the local realestate business, I’m here to tell you that “better” is in the eyes of the beholder, but there’s a general rule that can give you peace of mind as you decide where to put your remodeling energy and money (and to potentially save you a lot of both). Here it is. Are you ready? The WOWs: Don’t sweat the small stuff. I know I didn’t invent this rule, but I really like it. It can be applied to one’s life and works handily when making remodeling decisions as well. Focus on the big picture, and don’t worry too much about the little details. In the world of remodeling, the “details” translate to colors and finishes: paint, tiles and countertops. Today’s home fashion is on the fast track, morphing more quickly than J.Lo can change her dress length from mini to maxi and back again. Take kitchen counters. In just the past decade, the mainstream material of choice has made the rapid-fire transition from marble to granite to limestone to soapstone. Throw in current trends towards quartz, concrete, stainless steel and recycled glass and whatever decision you make on countertops

today won’t be in style in 2022. So just pick what you love and enjoy it, like your grandma loved that fabulous avocado green refrigerator she picked out. If you love it, it’s perfect! Paint-color fashion changes even faster than countertops. Fifty shades of gray didn’t just hit the bookstores this year; they’re now in every house on the market, but by next year we will have moved on to a new palette. I’m predicting blues. My point is, whatever color you paint your house today, you will likely be painting it again with the paint flavor of the moment when it comes time to sell. So what are the “big picture” remodeling choices that really do matter in the long run? The key consideration is and always will be floor plan. It matters tomorrow, and it matters 100 years from tomorrow. Potential buyers can handle updating the cosmetic details of a home (at the risk of repeating myself, this translates to paint, tiles and countertops) and in some cases they actually want to. But a floor plan that doesn’t work will squash buyer interest in a home quickly and fatally. Here are three guidelines I advise friends, family and clients to follow when they are contemplating a remodel: 1. Stick with a traditional floor

Sand Hill, 2825 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park, from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Friday’s events include a luncheon and self-driven tour from noon to 3 p.m. and the “Mistletoe & Martinis” shopping and hors d’oeuvres event on Friday night from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. On Saturday, floralw designer Isabella Boyer Sikaffy of Florabella will demonstrate seasonal floral arranging and tablescapes from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Visitors to the Finishing Touches tour begin at the Rosewood Sand Hill, where they can park and check in. They’ll be taken by shuttle bus to homes on Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. (last shuttle leaves at 3 p.m.). (A limited number of self-driven tour tickets may be purchased online.) Proceeds from the Finishing Touches events support the Junior League’s projects, which include Project READ, Fostering Families, Shelter Network and Done in a Day,

as well as grants to local organizations. Since its founding in 1965, the Junior League has contributed more than $4 million to local groups, according to a press release. N Associate Editor Carol Blitzer can be emailed at cblitzer@ paweekly.com. What: Finishing Touches: A Holiday Tour of Fine Homes & Boutiques When: Friday and Saturday, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 Where: Begin at Rosewood Sand Hill, 2825 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park Cost: Tickets are $125 for self-driven tour plus luncheon; $125 for Mistletoe & Martinis (includes Saturday shuttledriven tour); $45 for seasonal floral arranging; $40 in advance, $45 day of tour, for Saturday shuttle-driven tour; $65 for Saturday self-driven tour. Info: www.juniorleaguehometour. com

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plan. The perfect (i.e., most buyerfriendly) house is one with four bedrooms, including a master, two kids’ rooms and a guest room with bath attached or en suite, preferably downstairs or separate from the rest of the bedrooms. As tempting as it may be to put some distance between you and your teenagers, remodeling your home in order to put their bedrooms up and your master down might turn off young families who usually want their master bedroom on the same floor with their kids. 2. Don’t tailor a home to your current phase of life or interests. Think about who your next buyer may be and what floor plan they would want. If your kids are grown and gone, avoid the temptation to get rid of their bedrooms to make a bigger master or a home theater. Repurpose those empty bedrooms while keeping the walls intact. You’ll be happy you did when it’s time to sell your home. 3. Tear down this wall. Between the dining room and kitchen, that is. It’s official. The days of compartmentalized kitchen and dining spaces are over, never to return. From empty nesters to young families to single homebuyers, everyone prefers an open kitchen. So if you’re worried the next buyer will want a private, formal dining room at the expense of a big, expansive kitchen, stop worrying. They won’t. So that’s it for my remodeling words of wisdom. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Focus on the big picture. And most importantly, enjoy the holidays with your friends and family! N Michael Dreyfus founded boutique brokerage Dreyfus Properties, with offices in Palo Alto and Menlo Park, in 2000. He can be reached at mdreyfus@dreyfusproperties.com.

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Menlo Park

Total sales reported: 2 Lowest sales price: $1,841,000 Highest sales price: $4,168,000

Total sales reported: 10 Lowest sales price: $285,000 Highest sales price: $2,776,000

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Mountain View

Total sales reported: 5 Lowest sales price: $252,500 Highest sales price: $470,000

Total sales reported: 13 Lowest sales price: $257,500 Highest sales price: $2,650,000

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Palo Alto

Total sales reported: 10 Lowest sales price: $850,000 Highest sales price: $5,150,000

Total sales reported: 10 Lowest sales price: $988,000 Highest sales price: $3,298,000

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Redwood City

Total sales reported: 2 Lowest sales price: $2,133,500 Highest sales price: $2,740,500

Total sales reported: 9 Lowest sales price: $515,000 Highest sales price: $928,000 Source: California REsource

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Atherton 102 Alameda de las Pulgas M. & S. Soudi to F. & K. Meng for $4,168,000 on 10/16/12; previous sale 3/07, $3,850,000 102 Britton Ave. Brunner Trust to Grove Trust for $1,841,000 on 10/10/12

East Palo Alto 2119 Cooley Ave. S. & A. Delacerda to J. Chen for $252,500 on 10/11/12 1190 Cypress St. Real Estate Green to A. Castaneda for $338,000 on 10/16/12; previous sale 2/95, $129,500 930 Gates St. Zughbaba Trust to D. & M. Fedoronko for $470,000 on 10/10/12; previous sale 3/11, $395,000 2567 Gloria Way B. Lewis to George & Yuetling for $280,000 on 10/10/12; previous sale 11/92, $156,000 1757 Michigan Ave. Lam Wi Chan & Ha Limited to R. Ortiz for $345,000 on 10/17/12; previous sale 9/08, $245,000

Los Altos 948 Campbell Ave. T. Healy to Hsu Trust for $5,150,000 on 10/26/12; previous sale 3/10, $4,300,000 1866 Dalehurst Ave. Kwan Trust to C. & S. Tsai for $1,759,500 on 10/26/12; previous sale 12/02, $1,395,000 11035 Eastbrook Ave. Rehmann Trust to Yang-Bing Trust for $2,670,000 on 10/29/12 23255 Eastbrook Court Amdur Trust to R. Kapur for $1,900,000 on 10/24/12

906 Golden Way M. Parks to K. Bergevin for $1,921,000 on 10/23/12; previous sale 5/99, $745,000 1340 Harwalt Drive Barton Trust to Demol-Nair Trust for $1,632,000 on 10/25/12 19 Los Altos Square #52 Wen Trust to I. Ahn for $850,000 on 10/26/12; previous sale 5/92, $315,000 1065 Rosemont Court J. & S. Athens to R. Sam for $1,798,000 on 10/24/12; previous sale 12/04, $1,275,000 66 San Juan Court R. Tan to L. Kazeroni for $1,679,000 on 10/26/12 990 Terrace Drive Lucas Trust to W. & C. Noellert for $1,305,000 on 10/24/12

Los Altos Hills 25611 Burke Lane Martin Trust to M. Moussavian for $2,133,500 on 10/25/12 12799 Dianne Drive Raynor Trust to M. & G. Foss for $2,740,500 on 10/23/12; previous sale 7/96, $830,000

Menlo Park 150 Alma St. #215 M. Rakov to A. Arrow for $845,000 on 10/10/12; previous sale 6/05, $705,000 1000 Almanor Ave. A. Sjoberg to TKI Equities for $1,020,000 on 10/17/12 199 Arlington Way Yamamoto Trust to Sack Trust for $1,793,000 on 10/12/12 1161 Bay Laurel Drive Bolton Trust to Stewart Trust for $2,776,000 on 10/10/12 1312 Carlton Ave. M. Alcocer to I. Musallam for $285,000 on 10/11/12 2040 Cedar Ave. Ahmadian Trust to A. Khodai for $1,230,000 on 10/17/12; previous sale 9/92, $620,000 311 Chester St. Redmond Trust to F. & T. Bailly for $888,000 on 10/9/12; previous sale 4/07, $778,000

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Home & Real Estate (continued from previous page) 210 Lennox Ave. Durbin Trust to G. Lencioni for $1,375,000 on 10/17/12; previous sale 6/73, $77,800 84 Princeton Road J. Damele to D. & C. Lazares for $2,000,000 on 10/11/12 328 Waverley St. T. Eitel to CD Investors for $1,400,000 on 10/10/12; previous sale 12/87, $400,000

Mountain View 1070 Boranda Ave. H. & Y. Sanli to T. Rath for $910,000 on 10/26/12; previous sale 1/10, $655,000 17 Cassandra Way S. Reeves to D. Sharp for $530,000 on 10/23/12; previous sale 4/98, $248,500 465 Chagall St. Shea Homes to V. Nivargi for $775,000 on 10/24/12 1010 Clark Ave. D. & S. Richardson to D. Krupennikov for $1,280,000 on 10/23/12; previous sale 2/05, $905,000

938 Clark Ave. #61 W. Ersheid to R. Ersheid for $320,000 on 10/25/12; previous sale 7/10, $390,000 720 Cottage Court W. Chen to J. Yuan for $641,000 on 10/26/12; previous sale 9/04, $527,500 181 Del Medio Ave. #102 C. Salazar to J. Liu for $257,500 on 10/29/12; previous sale 5/06, $374,000 555 Front Lane K. Copher-Dargahi to S. Tenney for $1,241,000 on 10/29/12; previous sale 6/02, $701,000 58 Gladys Ave. #A Harborview Mortgage to P. Joseph for $410,000 on 10/26/12; previous sale 6/02, $150,000 1640 Hollingsworth Drive SVLGS One Limited to D. Papachristou for $2,650,000 on 10/25/12; previous sale 6/11, $800,000 400 Ortega Ave. #208 Mora Trust to P. Koskelainen for $425,000 on 10/24/12 255 S. Rengstorff Ave. #137 K. & M. Deleon to L. Markosian for $366,500 on 10/23/12; previous sale 8/08, $277,500 1603 S. Springer Road Iwamoto Trust to Y. Yuan for $1,130,000 on 10/26/12

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101 Alma St. #803 H. & J. Lai to R. Smith for $1,099,000 on 10/26/12; previous sale 12/91, $420,000 4029 Arbol Drive Goossens Trust to Z. Mao for $1,390,000 on 10/26/12 3227 Bryant St. Roslund Trust to G. Azzi for $1,649,000 on 10/24/12 664 Hamilton Ave. #G J. Lo to A. & A. Delazerda for $988,000 on 10/24/12; previous sale 5/11, $975,000 3856 Magnolia Drive S. Tan to K. Chang for $2,710,000 on 10/23/12; previous sale 4/96, $386,000 129 Park Ave. L. & I. Teasley to D. Hornik for $1,200,000 on 10/24/12

3796 Redwood Circle J. & O. Mitchell to P. Ramsbottom for $1,300,000 on 10/24/12; previous sale 5/09, $1,000,000 220 Rinconada Ave. Rothenberg Trust to A. & M. Solway for $2,457,000 on 10/26/12 869 Seale Ave. S. Oh to X. He for $3,298,000 on 10/26/12; previous sale 7/97, $639,000 3330 Thomas Drive D. & S. Killian to A. Lookingbill for $1,625,000 on 10/26/12; previous sale 1/93, $407,000

Redwood City 1929 Alameda de las Pulgas Barbour Trust to T. & J. Lawson for $682,500 on 10/12/12 301 Encina Ave. G. Trejo to D. Pease for $515,000 on 10/17/12; previous sale 7/01, $510,000 50 Horgan Ave. #38 Burke Trust to S. & M. Patel for $560,000 on 10/9/12; previous sale 11/89, $216,500 1864 James Ave. M. Chan to R. Rodriguez for $710,000 on 10/12/12; previous sale 3/94, $339,000 253 Lowell St. Barbour Trust to C. Nadelberg for $797,500 on 10/12/12 426 Luff Lane Bolger Trust to F. & Y. Zhang for $928,000 on 10/12/12; previous sale 11/88, $390,000 208 Mendocino Way #208 T. Chang to X. Ding for $646,000 on 10/12/12; previous sale 3/00, $560,000 425 Palomar Drive J. Abrams to M. Menard for $859,000 on 10/12/12; previous sale 1/10, $745,000 19 Wayne Court Terron Trust to S. & J. Yeager for $585,000 on 10/16/12

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foundation, $4,000 1591 Mariposa Ave. B. Zhu, remodel kitchen and bath, $24,900 1885 Bret Harte H. Donahue, remodel bedroom and bathroom, $19,000 1925 Bryant St. R. Kohler, remodel living room, add den and family room, $150,947 1880 Embarcadero Road DP Ventures, LLC, build private office, two labs, board room, and computer server room, $50,870 3330 Hillview Ave. Kirkland and Ellis LLP, remodel office, structured changes to lobby, $4,500,000 607 St. Claire Drive M. Seubert, remodel bath, $5,900 739 Ramona St. T. Hamer, remove and replace damaged siding, $20,000 101 Alma St. #102 D. Postolica, remodel kitchen and bath, $16,000 455 Grant St. #12 F. Konkov, remodel bathroom, $9,000 567 University Ave. HSBC Bank USA, remodel interior of bank, $150,000 634 Lowell Ave. S. Burnstein, new single-family residence, $1,380,000; new detached art studio, $8,000; demolish residence and construct new detached garage, $27,000 581 Marion Ave. A. Mittal, new two-story single-family residence, $397,912 1138 Webster St. 1135 Webster LLC, new two-story single-family home, $594,000 634 Everett Ave. D. Desbard, new one-story, single-family residence, $450,000 159 Melville Ave. S. Hwang and M. Glickman, new two-story singlefamily home, $1,085,309 816 Ames Ave. R. Tate, new two-story, single-family residence, $425,000 354 Poe St. S. Rudd and R. Nas, new two-story house, $1,020,000 3338 Ramona St. W. Yuan, new single-family home, $397,111

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