107th & Greenwood development gets green light from city

by | Dec 8, 2011

The city’s Department of Planning & Development has given preliminary approval to a proposed development on the corner of Greenwood Avenue North and North 107th Street, where an abandoned car wash now sits.

The proposed four-story building will have three live-work units on the ground floor and 54 apartments above, and 40 parking spaces.
DPD determined that there were no significant environmental impacts from the proposed development. DPD placed some conditions on the project, including increasing the landscaping. You can see the full decision here.
Appeals on the project must be received by the Hearing Examiner no later than Dec. 22.

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