West Seattle development: 4755 Fauntleroy back to Design Commission next Thursday

June 14, 2013 at 4:33 pm | In 4755 Fauntleroy, Development, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

Because it involves an “alley vacation,” the 4755 Fauntleroy megaproject (more than 300 apartments, 600 parking spaces, Whole Foods) has to get signoff from the Seattle Design Commission, which has reviewed the proposas three times now. The fourth meeting is now set – 9 am next Thursday (June 20th) in the Boards and Commissions Room at City Hall downtown. All are welcome, and there is a public-comment period. Documents for Thursday’s presentation aren’t online yet, but here’s what was reviewed last month (WSB coverage here).

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  1. While I’m very happy that for such a massive structure EDG is not getting rubber stamped, it stands in sharp contrast to the projects on SW Avalon Way.
    How does this project get thoroughly processed in EDG when the DPD and the Design Review Board rubber stamps two massive 8 story apertmenta on SW Avalon Way through EDG that were:
    * falsely presented as smaller than they were intended,
    * with extremely inadequate parking
    * are 8 stories up against single family homes (clearly incompatible in Height, Bulk and Scale)

    Comment by pdh — 10:29 pm June 14, 2013 #

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