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  • Construction permit

    Construct interior alterations to existing single family residence, per STFI

    9721 1st Ave. N.W. Issued February 16, 2018 Comment

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Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections issues interpretation of parking requirements for proposed development at 6726 Greenwood Ave. N., says project meets the definition of nearby “frequent transit” so doesn’t need to have any parking

Previous post: Comments on environmental issues for proposed senior living complex at 10002 Holman Rd. due by Feb. 28

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Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections issues interpretation of parking requirements for proposed development at 6726 Greenwood Ave. N., says project meets the definition of nearby “frequent transit” so doesn’t need to have any parking

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

    Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections issues interpretation of parking requirements for proposed development at 6726 Greenwood Ave. N., says project meets the definition of nearby "frequent transit" so doesn't need to have any parking
    Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections has decided that its rule of determining parking requirements based on nearby "frequent transit" should be decided on scheduled bus service, not actual service. The development proposed for 6726 Greenwood Ave. N., where Ed's Kort Haus and Stumbling Goat restaurant used to be, calls for 57 housing units plus ground-floor retail with no parking.
    https://phinneywood.com

Feb 15

Comments on environmental issues for proposed senior living complex at 10002 Holman Rd. due by Feb. 28

Comments on environmental issues for proposed senior living complex at 10002 Holman Rd. due by Feb. 28

The proposed development would cover the triangle of land between Holman Road NW, NW 100th Street and 3rd and 4th avenues NW, where Childish Things, Mr. and Mrs. Wok, Greenwood Goodwill Donation Station, Clint’s Car and Truck Repair and Beehive Espresso bikini barista currently stand.

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Next post: Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections issues interpretation of parking requirements for proposed development at 6726 Greenwood Ave. N., says project meets the definition of nearby “frequent transit” so doesn’t need to have any parking

Previous post: Greenwood Community Council meets Tuesday to discuss Greenwood Senior Center, City Light’s aggressive tree pruning, and to get first look at 220-unit apartment building coming to 320 N. 85th St.

    Comments on environmental issues for proposed senior living complex at 10002 Holman Rd. due by Feb. 28
    The proposed 96-unit Aegis Senior Communities development planned for 10002 Holman Rd. NW is now under environmental review. The public may comment on any issues through Feb. 28. The proposed development would cover the triangle of land between Holman Road NW, NW 100th Street and 3rd and 4th avenues NW, where Childish Things, Mr. and Mrs.
    https://phinneywood.com

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