The revised design proposal is now public for the first of seven projects going before the Southwest Design Review Board in the next month and a half — 3078 SW Avalon Way, 102 apartments and 60 parking spaces (in a zone that does not require any), scheduled for review on January 16th. The neighbors north/northeast of the project, in the single-family neighborhood mostly along 32nd SW, have been intensely involved in the process of vetting this building, with big turnouts at both preceding meetings, in September 2012 (WSB coverage here) and in November 2013 (WSB coverage here), and forming an advocacy group. The new “packet” – which you can see in its entirety here – says 3078 Avalon is now proposed to be three feet shorter than previously proposed, and: “The courtyard has been redesigned and increased privacy and interest have been added at the street level, as well as facing the single-family neighbors.” The 3078 Avalon review is first up in another doubleheader, 6:30 pm January 16th, at the Senior Center of West Seattle (California/Oregon).
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