DEVELOPMENT: Design comment period opens for 3084 Avalon Way apartments

That’s the official “administrative design review” (public comments but no meeting) packet now online for 3084 Avalon Way SW – as mentioned here last week, the project that first turned up as an early-stage proposal last year is now on the books with 7 floors, 35 apartments, and no offstreet parking spaces, replacing a 64-year-old triplex. And the two-week public review phase is now under way. The city has just overhauled its permit system, so notices and announcements don’t look quite the way they used to – here’s the one for this project. If you have comments, you can send them to the assigned planner for the project, Joseph Hurley, joseph.hurley@seattle.gov.

3 Replies to "DEVELOPMENT: Design comment period opens for 3084 Avalon Way apartments"

  • Tim May 4, 2018 (6:15 pm)

    Stupid….all those people trying to park on Avalon.

    • Scofflawsrus May 4, 2018 (6:47 pm)

      I agree. The street is already unable to handle volume and they want to build more.  

      • chemist May 4, 2018 (8:33 pm)

        Don’t worry, they’re required to build 35 units of bike parking for those 35 studio apartments, plus another 7 (or do they round up to even numbers at 8) short term bike parking stalls.  Bikes and transit will be the primary mode of movement for the new residents.  Granted, the architects only sketched bike parking in on one of the three options and anyone with a disability and owning a car might need to get an on-street parking spot designated for handicap use.

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