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Early Design Guidance meeting Nov. 16 for 2 Greenwood apartment projects

The Department of Planning and Development is holding an Early Design Guidance meeting on Nov. 16 for two side-by-side apartment projects that would bring a total of 63 small efficiency dwelling units to the corner of Greenwood Avenue North and North 90th Street. (Small efficiency dwelling units are small studio apartments with their own kitchens and bathrooms.)

Project 3018316 at 9002 Greenwood Ave. N. would demolish the currently empty alterations building and construct a four-story building with 37 small efficiency dwelling units, and include parking for 18 vehicles. This is a change from the original proposal last year which would have had 48 units. The new design proposal is not yet available online.

Project 3019797 directly to the east at 308 N. 90th St., would demolish a single-family home and build a four-story building with 26 small efficiency dwelling units, plus parking for 13 vehicles.

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9002 Greenwood Ave. N. is on the left; 308 N. 90th St. is up the hill to the right, mostly covered by trees and brush.

The Early Design Guidance meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW, in the Sunset/Captain Ballard Room. You can also comment on site planning and design issues through Nov. 16 by emailing PRC@seattle.gov. Be sure to include the project number.