Feb 15

Design Review Recommendation meeting for seven-story apartment building at 8612 Palatine Ave. N. is March 5

The recommendation meeting is at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 5, at the Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW, in the Sunset/Captain Ballard Room.

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Design Review Recommendation meeting for seven-story apartment building at 8612 Palatine Ave. N. is March 5

Previous post: Another small efficiency dwelling unit housing project with no parking coming to Greenwood Avenue and North 81st Street

    Design Review Recommendation meeting for seven-story apartment building at 8612 Palatine Ave. N. is March 5
    On March 5 the NW Design Review Board will make its recommendations for the seven-story apartment building proposed for 8612 Palatine Ave. N., which is currently an empty lot across the street from the Sedges apartments. The building will have 141 units above retail space, with parking for 91 vehicles.
    https://phinneywood.com

Feb 12

Early Design Guidance meeting on Feb. 26 for 220-unit apartment building coming to 320 N. 85th St., replacing All That Dance building

The first Early Design Guidance meeting for the project will be at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 26, at the Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW, in the Sunset Room.

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Early Design Guidance meeting on Feb. 26 for 220-unit apartment building coming to 320 N. 85th St., replacing All That Dance building

Previous post: Thursday’s public hearing for housing project at 7009 Greenwood Ave. N. has been canceled

    Early Design Guidance meeting on Feb. 26 for 220-unit apartment building coming to 320 N. 85th St., replacing All That Dance building
    The building currently housing All That Dance at 320 N. 85th St. (which formerly housed the Department of Licensing for years) will be replaced by a six-story, 220-unit apartment building with ground floor retail and parking for 130 vehicles. The first Early Design Guidance meeting for the project will be at 8 p.m.
    https://phinneywood.com

Jan 20

Water main break turned tap water brown

We called Seattle Public Utilities, and they said a contractor hit an 8-inch cast iron water main this morning, at 28th Ave. NW and NW 54th St., while moving a street drain inlet. That maps to the Nordic Museum’s construction site.

    Water main break turned tap water brown
    Several members of the My Ballard Facebook Group reported seeing brown water from their faucets today. Another resident said The Lockspot Cafe lost water altogether. We called Seattle Public Utilities, and they said a contractor hit an 8-inch cast iron water main this morning, at 28th Ave.
    http://www.myballard.com

Jan 10

One year after surviving a shooting, Le Merde owner re-opening in Ballard

If you’ve seen that pink photo of the white cat in the window at 2607 NW Market St. — next to the new Nordic Museum — that marks the spot of Le Merde, a Phinney Ridge shop that’s moving to Ballard and will re-open this weekend.

    One year after surviving a shooting, Le Merde owner re-opening in Ballard
    If you've seen that pink photo of the white cat in the window at 2607 NW Market St. - next to the new Nordic Museum - that marks the spot of Le Merde, a Phinney Ridge shop that's moving to Ballard and will re-open this weekend.
    http://www.myballard.com

Jan 08

Design Review Recommendation meeting for apartment building at 10540 Greenwood Ave. N. is TONIGHT

...Ave. N. is tonight (Monday) at 6:30 p.m. at the Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW, in the Sunset/Captain Ballard Room. (The previous recommendation meeting was canceled back in May...

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Design Review Recommendation meeting for apartment building at 10540 Greenwood Ave. N. is TONIGHT

    Design Review Recommendation meeting for apartment building at 10540 Greenwood Ave. N. is TONIGHT
    Sorry for the late notice, but the Design Review Recommendation meeting for the apartment project coming to 10540 Greenwood Ave. N. is tonight (Monday) at 6:30 p.m. at the Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW, in the Sunset/Captain Ballard Room. (The previous recommendation meeting was canceled back in May.)
    https://phinneywood.com

Jan 05

Market St. property that’s home to Twice Sold Tales is sold

The real estate listing notes the property’s prime and “truly exceptional” location on the south side of Market St., just up from Salmon Bay. The parcel spans 28,334 square feet — over a half acre. In this aerial view, the property is between Market and 54th St. behind it:

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He said he’s delighted with the space, which is larger and more accessible than his previous spot next to Bauhaus Coffee at the corner of Market and 20th Ave. He added, “Moving the bookstore is a difficult and painful experience.”

    Market St. property that's home to Twice Sold Tales is sold
    A big parcel on Market St. to the west of 24th Ave. has sold to a "multifamily developer" for $11.75 million, reports the Daily Journal of Commerce. The property is the home of Twice Sold Tales, which moved there just over a year ago.
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Dec 31

Le Merde boutique moving from Phinney Ridge to Ballard

Le Merde boutique has closed at 7315 Phinney Ave. N., and will reopen in the new year in Ballard at 2607 Market Street, next to the new Nordic Heritage Museum.

    Le Merde boutique moving from Phinney Ridge to Ballard
    Le Merde boutique has closed at 7315 Phinney Ave. N., and will reopen in the new year in Ballard at 2607 Market Street, next to the new Nordic Heritage Museum.
    https://phinneywood.com

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