West Seattle development: See the design packet for 1307 Harbor SW, ex-Alki Tavern site, before next week’s Design ReviewMarch 28, 2014 at 9:42 pm | In Development, West Seattle news | 12 Comments
(From cover of Miller-Hull Partnership design packet for 1307 Harbor SW, showing project outline)
Both design packets are out now for next Thursday’s Southwest Design Review Board doubleheader. The first meeting (6:30 pm Thursday, April 3rd) is for 3210 California, and we reported eight days ago on its revised design. Now, the packet is out for the second project of the night (8 pm Thursday), 1307 Harbor SW, the site including the former Alki Tavern. We showed an early rendering here back on March 3rd; the official packet can be seen here. One feature that stands out: A potential hillclimb between California Way and Harbor Avenue. The packet also lists the toplines:
• 100,000 square foot mixed-use structure containing approximately:
- 21 residential apartments, totaling about 25,400 square feet
- 11,800 square feet of commercial office space
- 7,500 square feet of light manufacturing
- 6,700 square feet of ground floor retail
- 4,200 square feet of restaurant
- 41 parking spaces below grade, totaling approximately 14,400 square feet
Because of the varying grade on the site, it would rise 70 feet from ground level at Harbor Avenue, the packet says. Review for yourself, and if you have something to say about the design – this is the early stage, where height/size/shape are the focus – say it during the public-comment period at the meeting, Thursday, April 3rd, 8 pm, at the Senior Center of West Seattle (California/Oregon).
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