Townhouse Development in Lake City

3500 NE 125th Project The former Christian Science Church on 35th and 125th has been demolished and replacing it will be 44 units of townhomes. The project appears to be one of a group called Greenbuild LLC. Below is a link to Seattle in Progress page with a full 68 pages of details on the […]

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Old Value Village Site Updated Plans

Below is Information from Keith James with the Inland Group Here is an update that demonstrates the design and how the two pedestrian pathways that Lake Cityzen’s advocated for to be retained as critical connections from 33rd Ave to Lake City Way were incorporated. 20-1026 Polaris at Lake City – South Stairs reduced Renderings Polaris […]

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Old Value Village Site Development

Comment Period Open for Development in the Heart of Lake City (open until June 24th) Address: 12548 Lake City Way NE (previously the Value Village site) – Project number 3036045 – Land Use Application to allow 2, 6-story apartment buildings (257 units total) with office and retail. Parking for 68 vehicles proposed. Existing building to […]

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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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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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