City’s Facade Program Assists with Davis Plaza Improvements

By SLNext
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Sep 9th, 2014
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The property owners Joe and Jeff Jajeh, architect Choi & Robles Architecture, LLP. and Office of Business Development staff recently collaborated through the City of San Leandro’s Design Assistance and Commercial Rehabilitation Programs to upgrade and modernize the appearance of the Davis Plaza Shopping Center at 1259 Davis Street. The importance of improving this highly visible commercial property lies in the property’s geographic location as a gateway into Downtown San Leandro from I-880. The improvements consist of new building paint, awnings, asphalt and parking lot re-striping, monument signage, landscape clean up, pedestrian walkways for better on-site circulation and removal of seating structures that encourage unlawful loitering and improve public safety. A few “before and after” photos are posted below.

If you are a business or property owner that is interested in finding out more about the City’s Design Assistance or Commercial Rehabilitation Programs, please contact the Office of Business Development at (510) 577-3327.

BeforeandAfter1 BeforeandAfter2 BeforeandAfter3

One Response to “City’s Facade Program Assists with Davis Plaza Improvements”

  1. Lary Huls says:

    The new color scheme alone brought it into the 21st century. Nice to have a better looking entry into Our Fair City.

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