West Seattle development: Demolition day at 4435 35th SW

May 20, 2014 at 1:47 pm | In Development, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

One week after the announcement that construction was beginning on the mixed-use project at 4435 35th SW, the lone building on the site is coming down. We recorded the short video clip of the backhoe at the former Bridge/Redline/Legends/Pizza Pete/etc. around noon; the south wall was still up when we went by again a short time ago. The six-story building was designed with 159 apartments, 151 parking spaces, ground-floor retail and a public “hillclimb” stairway on the south side, to connect it to the rest of The Triangle and, beyond, The Junction. The developer is Trinsic; the architect, GGLO; the contractor, Compass Construction.

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  1. RIP Pizza Pete….

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    I feel bad for the 8 tenants in the new building who won’t have parking spaces.

    Comment by West Seattle Hipster — 8:02 pm May 20, 2014 #

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