West Seattle development: Comment time for 4755 Fauntleroy

December 21, 2012 at 9:21 am | In Development, West Seattle news | 3 Comments

The notification signs are up, one week after the prospective developers of 4755 Fauntleroy Way SW – the 350-apartment, almost-600-parking-spot proposal for Fauntleroy/Alaska/40th, with Whole Foods signed on – applied for its Master Use Permit (as reported here). The sign is a reminder that the formal comment period is open – including issues beyond design, such as traffic, noise, and other “environmental” factors. Here’s the application’s official page on the DPD website; if you have a comment, send it to the official planner, Bruce Rips, at bruce.rips@seattle.gov ASAP (we’re checking on the deadline). Meantime, the project still will have at least one more Southwest Design Review Board meeting, also including public comment; the date is not yet set, but a project spokesperson told us they are hoping to return to the board in a month or so.

ADDED: Regarding the deadline for comments, DPD’s Bruce Rips replied, “The comment period ends on January 9, 2013. It can be extended by two weeks upon request. I accept comments throughout the review process.”

3 Comments

  1. My only request is that they finish what they start. :D

    Comment by cj — 10:34 am December 21, 2012 #

  2. DPD now says that following a request for more time by an interested party, the official comment period has been extended to January 23rd.

    Comment by steve — 12:52 pm December 27, 2012 #

  3. Thanks, Steve. We’ll bring this back up so people know.

    Comment by WSB — 1:02 pm December 27, 2012 #

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