Next phase of Denny/Sealth construction about to begin

June 4, 2009 at 8:01 pm | In Denny-Sealth, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 3 Comments

Now that the legal challenge to the Denny International Middle School/Chief Sealth High School site project has been settled (WSB coverage here), the project has its Master Use Permit, and project managers say that means the next phase of construction is about to begin. They’ve shared with us the doorhanger that they plan to distribute to nearby residents tomorrow, with specifics on how construction is about to ramp up. See it here. As the doorhanger notes, Sealth work is expected to be done by next summer, and construction of the new Denny is to be finished in winter 2011; here’s the project’s official website.

3 Comments

  1. Have they made any decisions about what to do with the Denny site when it’s emptied? I remember reading about plans for tennis courts (Boo to that, says me) & discussions about chain link fencing and neighborhood accessibility, but nothing much for a while.

    Comment by Sage — 9:45 am June 5, 2009 #

  2. Yes, we reported on the “preferred” site plan – I am not 100% sure it’s received final approval yet since construction is still a ways out but this is what was settled on:
    http://westseattleblog.com/blog/?p=14162

    Comment by WSB — 10:31 am June 5, 2009 #

  3. Oops, I didn’t even bother to search b/c I was pretty confident I read *every* post on this site. Looks like I missed one!

    Thanks!

    Comment by Sage — 3:27 pm June 5, 2009 #

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