The city’s Design Review Board will get its second look at the proposed Greenwood Fred Meyer development on 85th St. at its second Early Design Guidance meeting at 6:30 p.m., next Monday at Ballard High School’s library. The Board got its first look at the proposal’s three options in July, but told the Fred Meyer team to come back with different options.
Tom Gibbons, Fred Meyer’s Director of Real Estate Development, sent an email to community members inviting them to the meeting:
After the last EDG meeting, which was on July 13th, we went back to the drawing board and have been busy working on a design that addresses the concerns of the community and meets our needs as well. At the September 28th meeting we are presenting our revised design.
I hope you’ll be able to join us. If you are unable to attend the EDG meeting, please note that your questions and concerns are always welcomed in writing. You may direct those to either me ([email protected]), or to Scott Kemp ([email protected]), who is the City of Seattle’s Design Review contact for the project.
We’ll be at the meeting and will post a follow-up later that night.