Triangle development: Decisions published for Harbor’s Link


That’s Link, the 200-unit apartment/retail building Harbor Properties (whose Mural Apartments sponsor WSB) is planning at 38th/Alaska (map). Today’s city Land Use Information Bulletin includes DPD decisions on the project (read them here), including final approval of Design Review (here’s our report on its second and final Design Review meeting last September) and “determination of nonsignificance.” If you are interested in appealing the decisions, this page has a link explaining how – the deadline is May 14. Link is to be built along 38th on a site currently occupied by West Seattle Montessori School (WSB sponsor) and a former Huling shop; WSMS is moving to a new location next school year.

1 Reply to "Triangle development: Decisions published for Harbor's Link"

  • Deeno May 2, 2009 (10:39 pm)

    WOW! One rounded corner and one height change. I think designers are starting to catch on to mitigation. Any way we can add about 200 more units to this? Seems like an awful waste of overhead space before it would affect Boeing Field flight space. With a little more effort, the little sun we get could be blocked for most of the day not just until noon. Keep up the good work!

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