West Seattle development: Official Design Review notice for 4755 Fauntleroy SW

The city has just sent the official notice for the first Design Review meeting for the 4755 Fauntleroy Way SW development proposal – which will span three properties on SW Alaska west of Fauntleroy, as well as stretching to SW Edmunds along the west side of Fauntleroy. As reported here last Friday (along with new information on the proposed 350-plus-apartments, 55,000-sf-retail project itself), it’ll be at 6:30 pm September 27th (two weeks from tonight), Senior Center of West Seattle.

P.S. In case you saw it and wondered – newly added text on the DPD page for the project includes some erroneous details, according to our followup conversation with the project team after we noticed it. The current apartment count remains at “more than 350 units,” and the retail remains “around 55,000 square feet” (with the caveat “possibly more, possibly less”), with parking projection remaining around 530. The packet for the Design Review meeting should be out at least a week in advance – by next Thursday – and the numbers will be refined by then.

3 Replies to "West Seattle development: Official Design Review notice for 4755 Fauntleroy SW"

  • Diane September 13, 2012 (11:30 am)

    wow, is this equal to or more than total land of the Equity project? looks even bigger

  • Sue September 13, 2012 (12:31 pm)

    So, looking at the map, is that everything between Alaska and Edmunds, and Fauntleroy and 40th, except for the Masonic Lodge property?

    • WSB September 13, 2012 (1:06 pm)

      It’s the former used-car lot, Howden-Kennedy, the gas station (which was NOT part of the deal when we first reported on this earlier this summer but is now), and the entirety of the ex-Huling property spanning from behind the gas station south to Edmunds.

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