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Trackside applicants apologize to neighbors
Trackside1W A modern facade characterizes the proposed Trackside Center project in this view from Third Street, looking north. The first floor of the mixed-use project would have retail and commercial space and 48 apartment units would occupy the upper floors. Parking for residents would be underground. Courtesy sketch
The Davis City Council is tentatively set to consider the 5 1/2-story Trackside Center mixed-use project in coming weeks following discussions between developers and neighbors in Old East Davis.

Mayor Dan Wolk requested the informational item after residents bitterly complained about the project for the second council meeting in a row.

Trackside Center’s top four floors would feature luxury apartments with a concierge in a building on a half-acre lot between Third and Fourth streets, the railroad tracks and the I Street alley. The first floor of the center will have retail and ...

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