Phinney Flats development the subject of today’s Seattle Times front page story about developments with no parking requirements

by | Nov 16, 2017

The Seattle Times has a front-page story today focusing on neighbors who fight back against new developments that don’t include any parking.

Featured in the article is the Phinney Flats project, which will replace the building where Ed’s Kort Haus and Stumbling Goat Bistro/The Goat on Greenwood used to be, on Greenwood Avenue and North 68th Street.

Neighborhood group Livable Phinney successfully challenged the project based on Metro bus service being less frequent than city rules require for new developments not to have any parking.

You can read the full story here.

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