The city’s Department of Constructions and Inspections has approved – with conditions – the Downtown Emergency Services Center housing project at 937 N. 96th St., which is a six-story building with 100 apartments, support services for homeless men and women with disabilities, and parking for three staff vehicles. Existing structures will be demolished.
The conditions include allowing a residential building in a Commercial 2 zone. You can read the full decision here.
Appeals of the decision must be received by the Hearing Examiner by Sept. 14.