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.

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.”