Newest design plan for 9051 20th SW building: ‘Packet’ preview

October 13, 2012 at 7:45 pm | In Delridge, Development, West Seattle housing, West Seattle news | 3 Comments

The third Southwest Design Review Board meeting for 9051 20th SW isn’t until October 25th, as we first noted two weeks ago, but the “packet” is already available through the city Department of Planning and Development – you can see it here. According to the packet, the project is now proposed for 41 units, three of them live-work, and 3,300 square feet of commercial space. Along 20th SW, it is proposed for four floors, and along Barton on its south side it is proposed for three, as shown in this design from the packet:

This project, on a site where two boarded-up and vandalized houses now sit, had two “early design guidance” meetings because the design changed dramatically after the first one, into one building instead of two. Its next meeting, which could be the last if the board gives its blessing, is scheduled for 6:30 pm October 25th at the Senior Center of West Seattle (California and Oregon in The Junction).


  1. That’s a lot of project to fit that corner… I didn’t think it was supposed to be so big! I am glad to see that go, hopefully someone will do something with the old gas station right in front of this space.

    Comment by Amanda — 7:57 pm October 13, 2012 #

  2. Looks alright, but it will be interesting to see how much rent is.

    Comment by jedifarfy — 10:39 pm October 13, 2012 #

  3. I called the city graffiti line weeks ago to ask them to cover all the gang tags. Kudos to them for hustling to get it all painted over even though it will come down sooner than later.

    Comment by wesrseattledood — 12:47 am October 14, 2012 #

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