Aegis Senior Communities will demolish the buildings currently housing Childish Things, Mr. and Mrs. Wok, Greenwood Goodwill Donation Station, Clint’s Car and Truck Repair and Beehive Espresso bikini barista stand on the large triangle of land between Holman Road NW and NW 100th Street, and 3rd and 4th avenues NW. In their place will be a 5- to 6-story building with 95 assisted living units, retail at ground level, and parking for 51 vehicles below grade.
The first Early Design Guidance Review meeting for the project will be at 6:30 p.m. Monday , Dec. 4., at Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW, in the Sunset/Captain Ballard Room.
The design proposal is not yet online. Click here to see the design proposal.
If you can’t attend the meeting, you can email comments on site planning and design issues through Dec. 1 to PRC@seattle.gov.
Childish Things Owner Wendy Powell tells me they won’t have to vacate their space until the end of next summer at the earliest, and she is looking for a new space in the neighborhood.