4435 35th SW going back to Design Review – 3 1/2 years after 1st meeting

Back in November 2009, the Southwest Design Review Board gave “early design guidance” thumbs up to 4435 35th SW (WSB coverage here), proposed at the time to be a development of about 100 condominiums over two floors of commercial. Three and a half years later, the project is tentatively scheduled to go back to EDG next month, essentially scrapping the first review, with a different plan: Six stories, 170 apartments, over 10,000+ square feet of commercial development, with 187 parking spaces. The meeting is scheduled for 6:30 pm Thursday, June 13th, at the Senior Center of West Seattle.

Also penciled in for that same date, same place, at 8 pm: A third meeting for the 30-apartment, 30-parking-space proposal at 3829 California SW; the official city report details the concerns that led the board not to recommend final approval at its April 13th meeting.

2 Replies to "4435 35th SW going back to Design Review - 3 1/2 years after 1st meeting"

  • John Maikisch May 3, 2013 (8:51 am)

    Meanwhile the property remains vacant and boarded up; an eyesore and blemish in the center of West Settle. Enough review, let’s get something going to improve our neighborhood.

    Just John

  • Diane May 3, 2013 (11:18 am)

    thanks for the links; I had to look back to remember which project this was; considering the comments at that time, condo owners vs apt renters, I’m glad these are now going to be apts, with great views, and right on the bus lines; fantastic; look forward to seeing new designs

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