New design guidelines for parts of South Shore Center adopted by the city's Planning Board Monday could provide a more varied, "Main Street"-style experience for shoppers, says a new article on The Alamedan website.
Under the new rules, retail shops and restaurants could have more eclectic — even dramatic — appearances than they do now.
The guidelines also allow for design review by city staff rather than the Planning Board in some parts of the center.
The changes aren't only aesthetic — they are designed to help the shopping center fill vacancies more easily, The Alamedan reports.
You may read the complete article here.