Seattle Heights: What Could be Coming to Your Backyard
SEATTLE HEIGHTS RESIDENTS, TAKE NOTE! We came across a news item about the 2625 Third Avenue project which should be of great interest to you.
Originally, the current site of the American Lung Association was slated to make way for a 18-story building with 204 residential units above 4,000 sq ft of retail space. Now, however, the developers are petitioning to increase the height to 26 stories, with 310 residential units instead. Retail size would stay the same, with parking for 160 vehicles in five below-grade levels.
To the left is the Preliminary Design, and we have also attached the current zone map and zoning context maps at the bottom of this article.
If you would like to make your voice heard on the changes in this project, especially those Seattle Heights residents whose views may be impacted, you can attend a Seattle design review board meeting on Tuesday, February 22nd at Seattle City Hall, 601 Fifth Ave, Room L-280 at 5:30 p.m.
Check out the February 22nd section of this meeting link for more information. Click on the Design Proposal area to download the 33-page presentation to be made on Tuesday evening. The contact for this project is Sean Sullivan at (206) 624-8154, and the planner is Michael Dorcy at (206) 615-1393.Email