West Seattle development: 4106 Delridge Way design review postponed, added to February 5th slate with 4505 42nd SW

(Design Packet for 4106 Delridge, as found on city website in December)
The Southwest Design Review Board‘s first meeting of 2015 is now postponed to February 5th, with the review for 4106 Delridge Way SW (5 stories, mixed use, last reviewed in 2008) moved to 8 pm that night, instead of its original date this Thursday. According to the city website, February 5th also will feature the board’s fourth look at 4505 42nd SW (seven stories, mixed use, last reviewed in December), with that review starting at 6:30 pm.

7 Replies to "West Seattle development: 4106 Delridge Way design review postponed, added to February 5th slate with 4505 42nd SW"

  • Diane January 12, 2015 (5:34 pm)

    oh boo!!! isn’t this same night as our first City Council District-1 candidate forum?

    • WSB January 12, 2015 (5:50 pm)

      Unfortunately, yes. Very difficult to pick dates but I gambled because Design Review has been so sparse lately.

  • David January 12, 2015 (8:28 pm)

    Looking forward to the 4106 Delridge Way SW project. We desperately need more commercial in North Delridge.

  • Bad Development January 12, 2015 (8:31 pm)

    Why does the Delridge Corridor lend itself to poor design so frequently? These buildings all look so sterile.

  • John January 13, 2015 (9:01 am)

    Bad Development,
    The Delridge Corridor has some of the best designs in West Seattle.
    In particular is the building at 4000 Delridge, the south east corner of Andover and Delridge, easily among the best in West Seattle.
    The new Youngstown Flats is also nice with street art and textured design.
    The new constructed DESC building’s original architectural concept was highly compromised by neighborhood activists who did not want the building to announce itself.
    This new proposal for 4106 Delridge is not as problematic as the first one as there is no longer access from undeveloped Dakota ROW and 23 Ave where residents would oppose it.
    To me, this building looks as good or better than most that have been or are currently being developed along the California Corridor.

  • Joan LaBriola January 13, 2015 (11:53 am)

    With all the building in North Delridge, why do we not have more (or any, for that matter) grocery options? There is no progress on the Delridge Food Co-op, with all the building and subsequent traffic getting to Westwood or the Junction is going to be more and more of a challenge. I sent an email to Stockbox Grocery asking if they wouldn’t consider bringing a store here, but never heard back. Has anyone heard of any grocery plans?

  • Mickymse January 13, 2015 (4:38 pm)

    Have you joined the Delridge Co-op as a member yet? Signed up on their list for updates? If you’re just waiting for them to open up like folks are waiting for Whole foods up above… then it’s not going to happen. It’s called a co-op for a reason. They’re recruiting members, asking folks to get involved, and fundraising money to actually open the doors.

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