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Notable DPD Land Use Activity

Capitol Hill:

The developer for the 514 E. Pine Street, the strip on Pine between Summit & Belmont, has filed an application for a 6-story 106-unit residential building, plus retail space. The SLOG has a rendering and a lively discussion.

A hearing has been set for 1827 Broadway, where Chang’s Mongolian BBQ used to be, and the adjoining parking lot. The proposal is for a 6-story 65-unit residential building with a restaurant at street level. Wednesday, April 18th at the Yesler Community Center at 8:00 PM.

Green Lake:

A supplemental hearing as been set for 7104 Woodlawn Ave NE, the former Vitamilk block. The proposal is for two 6-story buildings consisting of 236 residential units and retail space. Monday, April 16th at the University Heights Community Center at 8:00 PM.


The 1800 Terry project, the old Regence Building, has received a design review conditional grant for its 30-story 261-unit residential tower.

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  1. hi ben-

    thanks for this update! i’m curious about what, if any, influence the public has on design review and permitting decisions. do you have any insight? a few months ago i attended a design review meeting for a downtown condo building. a couple of the public comments seemed to make it into the list of design issues but i wonder if there is any obligation on the part of the city and/or developer to accommodate public comment. do you know?

  2. Ben_Kakimoto says:

    I don’t really know, though I would hope the Review Board consider legitimate suggestions and concerns from the public. But, I wouldn’t think the developers would be obligated to do so. The community, through other actions have an impact on the old Met Market on Queen Anne and other developments.

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