Community Outreach Meeting for new multi-family residential building project this Wednesday

by | Mar 27, 2023

The property owners of the final undeveloped lot near Fred Meyer are looking for community input for a multi-family residential building project located at 8631 Palatine Avenue North. The proposed project includes approximately 72 dwelling units, public and private amenities, a two-story parking garage, and will be around seven stories in height. The project includes the vacation of 2,000 square feet of unbuilt alley on the parcel. This means the developer would purchase this area from the City of Seattle at market rate prices if the project is approved.
 
Baylis Architects, the architect and project managers of the development, will be hosting a community meeting at the Greenwood Library Branch on March 29th at 6:00 PM. The purpose of this meeting is to gather community input information and recommendations about building design and potential public amenities. There will also be an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions about the project after the presentation. The project website also includes an online survey that is designed to gather community input for those who are unable to attend the in-person meeting.

More information about the project may be found on the project website at www.8631palatine.com. A project flyer has also been attached to this email. More information will be available throughout the permitting process on the City’s Seattle Services Portal and the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods webpage

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