Harbor Properties building added to 4/10 Design Review


It’s going to be an all-Junction lineup at the Southwest Design Review Board meeting April 10 at Chief Sealth High School – we’d already told you a 6:30 pm review was planned that night for the newly proposed Conner Homes megaproject (WSB coverage here) along California/Alaska/42nd … as of this afternoon, the city just added 4550 38th SW — the Harbor Properties 200-unit building planned for the ex-Huling/Gee shop site shown above (and West Seattle Montessori) — to the agenda; that’ll start at 8 pm. (City page for the Harbor project is here; city page for the Conner project is here.)

1 Reply to "Harbor Properties building added to 4/10 Design Review"

  • Lisa Renoe March 13, 2008 (10:00 am)

    I believe the availability of so much property at one time is a golden opportunity for the city to create a beautiful and welcoming entry to West Seattle. Part of the discussion should include an in depth and generous open space plan. Imagine a broad avenue with trees and pocket parks and wide, pedestrian friendly spaces. The inclusion of green spaces and pedestrian friendly walkways/boulevards could only enhance the business done by the incoming retailers.

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