West Seattle development: South Delridge project site for sale

Just noticed this new commercial real-estate listing: The 16,000-square-foot South Delridge site approved for 45 apartments and live-work units at 20th and Barton is up for sale, listed at $850,000. The two vacant, graffiti-covered homes that had been on the site were demolished some weeks back, and the listing points out that the land-use permit has been granted, “building permit in process.” The project required three design-review meetings last year because the concept changed between the first and second meetings. But it drew no controversy along the way – as noted in our October report, your editor here was the only person at the last design review meeting besides board members, project team, and the city planner assigned to the project.

4 Replies to "West Seattle development: South Delridge project site for sale"

  • Michael Harris March 20, 2013 (10:32 pm)

    This is three blocks from me. It might be a good thing, if you hadn’t reported I would have not known. Thanks, WSB.

    • WSB March 20, 2013 (10:36 pm)

      After noticing the demolition, we’d been keeping an eye on the site to see if construction would start – no sign of backhoes; then tonight, I saw the listing.

  • NewNeighborDlrdg March 20, 2013 (11:30 pm)

    Just bought a house very close to this but won’t be moving there until summer. Am excited to see what this means for the neighborhood. Definitely better than vacant eyesore homes…

  • Rebecca March 21, 2013 (7:24 am)

    This would be a fantastic cohousing community site!

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