BY EMILY MIBACH
Daily Post Staff Writer
The closure of the Oasis Beer Garden is not the only change on the 200 block of El Camino Real in Menlo Park. An Atherton developer is proposing to build a three-story development next to the old burger joint.
Atherton-based HuHan Two LLC wants to build a 38-foot-tall building at 201 El Camino, at the corner of El Camino and Cambridge Avenue. The building would consist of 15 apartments on its second and third floors, and 7,948-square-feet of retail and office space on the first floor, according to project plans.
The developer is also promising to create a small park as a buffer between the building and the Allied Arts neighborhood.
HuHan Two LLC is requesting that the city abandon a portion of Alto Lane, which goes into the current parking lot behind 201 El Camino, in order for a new parking lot to be built between the park and the building, and lead into an underground lot.
There will be 62 parking spaces in the underground parking lot, and eight will be above ground near the office spaces, according to the project plans.
The project will be reviewed by the city’s planning commission. But since it was just submitted on Tuesday no hearing dates have been set.