Next Design Review for ‘Whole Foods project’ tentatively set: March 28

February 27, 2013 at 3:57 pm | In Development, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

Two and a half months after Early Design Guidance approval for the 4755 Fauntleroy Way proposal – whose developers are calling it “the Whole Foods project” till it’s named – its next Design Review Board session has just been tentatively set for March 28. In addition to Whole Foods Market, the project includes a drugstore that a project spokesperson tells us they’re still not ready to announce, plus more than 370 apartments and almost 600 parking spaces, as well as some smaller retail spaces. While the design is being finalized, the city also is considering the alley vacation that the developers are requesting (here’s our February 12th story about the comment period on that). Meantime, online files include this document with some of the requests the city is making of the developers as the project proceeds. If the March 28th Design Review date holds, the meeting will be at 6:30 pm at the Senior Center of West Seattle (California/Oregon).

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  1. If they build it, they will come…but I will be doing no shopping at Whole Foods, in West Seattle, or anywhere.
    The CEO of this sham company recently revealed his true colors, and is exploiting a clientele who wants to do what’s right in the world.
    Perfect example of a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

    Comment by anti-obstruction — 10:18 am February 28, 2013 #

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