New Development at 12337 30th Ave NE

Information For Design Review/Early Design Guidance for Project #3035951-EG Click Here for Project PDF Click Here for Project Page Project Basics:  7-story, 130-unit apartment building. Parking for 49 vehicles proposed. Existing building to be demolished. Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is providing a 14-day public comment period for you to submit comments in writing […]

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Help Keep the 130th Station Moving Forward

How to Keep the Conversation Going 130th & 145th Street Station Area Planning- a land use and mobility plan for the area surrounding the future 130th and 145th light rail stations. Due to financial impacts, Sound Transit will be making adjustments to its Capital Program- potentially delaying or eliminating certain projects. We want Sound Transit to […]

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Proposed Lake City Development on 30th

Comment Period Extended for 12727 30th Ave. NE Click Here for Full PDF Description Click Here for SDCI Link to Project                      https://www.seattleinprogress.com/project/3028624 Area: Northeast Address: 12727 30th Ave NE Project: 3028624-LU Zone: NC3-65 Applicant Contact: Colleen O’ Connor – (206) 706-3937 SDCI Planner: David Landry […]

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Flood Plain on 125th in Lake City

Request for Proposal on 125th Ave. NE Property Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group released an RFP for early design of the park/floodplain site this week. Mid Sounds is leading this phase with the support of Seattle Public Utilities. The RFP can be viewed here: RFP-Lake-City-Floodplain-Park-Restoration-Design-Project_5-6-20 (1) Questions can be directed to Mid Sound Fisheries or […]

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Lake City Development

Previous Value Village Site – New Development Project Number – 3036046-EG Click Here for City Portal on Project The project for a 6-story, 256 unit apartment building with a childcare center on the bottom floor and parking for 68 vehicles is moving forward. At this time it looks like public comment period ends today (May […]

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