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Another Design Review meeting for 1008 N. 109th St. development, units increase, parking eliminated

The Northwest Design Review Board will hold a second Design Review Recommendation meeting for the proposed development at 1008 N. 109th St. The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 7, at the Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW, in the Sunset/Captain Ballard Room.

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The site is just west of Aurora Avenue North.

The proposed project has gone through some changes since the first design review meeting in November 2014 and the second in August 2015, including slightly increasing the number of units and eliminating parking. As of last summer, the plan was for 93 units, seven live/work units and retail on ground level, and 13 parking spaces. The current proposal is for a four-story building with 100 small efficiency dwelling units, plus seven live/work units and retail at ground level. However, the new proposal does not include any parking.

The City Planner in charge of the project did not immediately return a message on why parking was eliminated.

You can comment on site planning and design considerations by emailing PRC@seattle.gov through March 7. Reference project number 3017565.