New Junction development proposal: 4-story mixed-use at 4800 40th SW

The newest Junction development proposal we’ve found in city online files isn’t a total surprise. The site is 4800 40th SW, now in the city system with an early-stage proposal for a four-story mixed-use building. The site is currently home to Bella Mente Preschool, which – as reported here two months ago – is moving to a new location (6007 California SW) after losing its lease because the site was to be sold and developed.

The site is in the vicinity of a sizable amount of future development. It is kitty-corner from the 150-unit 4745 40th SW project that appears to be starting soon, with heavy equipment and temporary power on site; it’s south across Edmunds from the parking lot of the Masonic Center, which itself is bordered on two sides by the future development The Whittaker.

This new proposal at 4800 40th SW, with an early filing just last week, has a site plan in online files showing only its ground floor so far – residential units facing 40th, live-work units facing Edmunds, a lobby on the 40th/Edmunds corner, and parking off its east-side alley. City files show the same prospective developer/architect team as 4745 40th SW, Alliance and Encore.

6 Replies to "New Junction development proposal: 4-story mixed-use at 4800 40th SW"

  • Mike May 13, 2014 (5:13 am)

    DPD strikes again!

  • cj May 13, 2014 (7:58 am)

    Wow are we on a feeding frenzy of development or what?

  • Gotb May 13, 2014 (8:54 am)

    Hopefully the new owner will fix the sinkhole that’s been swallowing up the sidewalk on Edmunds.

  • joel May 13, 2014 (9:05 am)

    what is the official position on this from ‘getting it right for WS’?

  • Vanessa May 13, 2014 (11:32 am)

    What about Simon?

  • Koroviev May 14, 2014 (12:31 pm)

    “what is the official position on this from ‘getting it right for WS’?”

    We will allow the development provided it consists entirely of a public park with a chocolate fountain and, optionally, a rock-climbing wall.

    If these conditions are met, they will be permitted to build an underground parking lot to support the added traffic caused by the fountain.

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