Atascadero City Council approves large mixed-use project

June 30, 2024


The Atascadero City Council voted unanimously last week to approve the Dove Creek Mixed-Use project, which has been in the permitting pipeline for two decades.

The project site sets on a 5.19-acre property located at the northwest intersection of El Camino Real and Santa Barbara Road. Construction on the project is slated to start within a year.

The proposed development includes:

• 14,840 square feet of commercial tenant space
• 71 residential condominium units
• 20 short-term rental hotel units

The three-story 20-room hotel will include kitchens in an attempt to compete with the short-term rental market. The hope is to attract visiting athletes and their families playing at Paloma Creek Park, which is located nearby.


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I thought that land wasn’t developed because it was a graveyard. Traffic is already bad there, poor planning strikes again.

I don’t understand why Atascadero so badly wants to become San Luis Obispo.

No town wants to become San Luis Obispo.

And the growth saga continues with more impacts on the Cuesta Grade corridor.