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San Luis Obispo City Council calls for changes to dark gray downtown building

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Stalwork Inc. was the construction company responsible for painting the building. (KSBY photo) Stalwork Inc. was the construction company responsible for painting the building. (KSBY photo)

The primary color of a downtown San Luis Obispo building can remain a dark shade of gray, the city council decided on Tuesday.

However, council members do want to see some changes.

They've sent the project back to the city's Architectural Review Commission to determine how best to modify the building's second and third-floor balconies so that side of the building isn't all one color or material.

The building, located on the corner of Santa Rosa and Marsh streets, houses the offices of Stalwork, Inc. 

The issue came before the city council after the final design and color of the building did not exactly match what Stalwork and the city agreed upon and some residents complained about the building's aesthetics.

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