New West Seattle development proposal for 4435 35th SW

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A new project has just appeared on the city’s “upcoming Design Review” schedule — a Southwest Design Review Board meeting November 19th to look at a proposal for 4435 35th SW (map). According to what’s on the city website, this would be a six-story building with 100-plus units and more than 12,000 square feet of commercial space. Till we can track down somebody to ask about this proposal, it’s not crystal-clear which part of the site is proposed for this – the land under Redline, as well as the lot immediately south, are both owned by former car-business-operators the Hulings; Redline’s address is 4433, while the King County Parcel Viewer shows no address for the lot to the south. The “applicant” contact on the city website is an architect with the Roger Newell firm, whose portfolio includes the Golden Crest project that will go up north of Capco Plaza (the building with the new QFC). There’s also a hint on the city website that this has been on the drawing board a while, a mention of a “pre-application site visit” in August of 2008. The November 19th Design Review meeting is scheduled for 6:30 pm at the Senior Center of West Seattle in The Junction.

6 Replies to "New West Seattle development proposal for 4435 35th SW"

  • rob October 31, 2009 (8:23 am)

    Why does the West Seattle Blog keep linking the redline tavern to their site? If you click on the redline link, you see it takes you to a virus, trojan attack site.

    Glad I have a mac!

  • mark October 31, 2009 (8:46 am)


    Don’t let that mac give you a false sense of security….

  • MargL October 31, 2009 (9:30 am)

    That’s the link that shows up for Redline in Google. So it’s not WSB’s fault that Redline did something like put a link or advertising on their website that caused it to get blacklisted.

  • WSB October 31, 2009 (9:59 am)

    Is that link STILL a problem? Geez. Sorry, there are a LOT of West Seattle places for whom I have the link memorized – it ain’t Google, it’s me – and so when I write about them, I link from memory. Will delink here before running out the door – TR

  • G November 1, 2009 (9:58 pm)

    ok…so about the development…Do we really need another 100 units??? Especially across the street from a half finished building just oozing over with “units”.

  • Buddsmom November 2, 2009 (12:34 pm)

    Finish what you’ve started people! There’s a nearly complete apartment building right across the street! What that corner does not need is another 100 units that will tie up traffic during construction on an all ready busy intersection. Not to mention putting a thriving establishment out of business. Think twice.

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