Yesterday's post about Central Corridor parking linked to a story [scroll down to July 22; original Finance and Commerce link is dead] quoting the owner of Swank Retro antiques. He said he has 22 spaces in front of his store, but that will shrink to three after light rail operation begins.
Perhaps, if you include the spots across four lanes of University.
Here's the actual parking plan [PDF] from the Met Council, which has been shown to the block's business owners. The detail shows that there are 10 spaces planned in front of Alan Guttenfelder's store at 1910 University.
Grey areas show surface parking lots. There are no parking spaces retained on the north side of University.