Developer applies to turn old Leilani Lanes site into retail-commercial building

by | May 26, 2011

Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development is holding an Early Design Guidance Meeting for a development proposed for the old Leilani Lanes site at 10201 Greenwood Ave. N. on June 13. The meeting will be at 8 p.m. at the Ballard High School Library. The public is welcome to comment.
The developer is proposing a three-story structure with approximately 250 residential units, four live/work units, and 4,000 square feet of commercial space, plus a 200-space underground parking garage.
The site is zoned C1-40 (Commercial, with height limits of 40 feet).

Leilani Lanes opened in 1961, closed in 2006, and was torn down in 2007. A 2008 development proposal went nowhere.

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