It’s the largest residential project in the Redwood City’s history. The Indigo apartment complex, which opened in July, consists of 463 apartment units in three 10-story towers on 2.4 acres in the heart of the city’s downtown. The project was one of the first major residential developments that was part of the city’s downtown specific plan. The plan was adopted in 2011 to encourage people to live, work and shop downtown.

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