West Seattle development notes: South Delridge, Admiral, Morgan

Three notes, two of which are updates on projects we’ve mentioned before:

(Rendering: S + H Works Architecture & Design)

DESIGN REVIEW FOR APARTMENT BUILDING AT 9021 17TH SW: Back in June, we reported on a plan for a 31-unit, 31-parking-space apartment building at 9021 17th SW in South Delridge. The project is now on the Southwest Design Review Board‘s schedule, as the second review of the night on Thursday, October 15th, 8 pm at the Sisson Building (home of the Senior Center) in The Junction.

THREE TOWNHOUSES BEHIND 2336 44TH SW: New project just popped up in the system – a plan to demolish a building described as a “garage/carriage unit” (see the bottom photo here) behind this address, on the alley between 44th and California SW, and replace it with three townhouses.

THREE HOUSES REPLACING 1 AT 6715 CALIFORNIA SW: Back in January, we mentioned this south Morgan Junction plan. This week, work has begun, with the 97-year=old house on the site torn down, and the rest of the site-clearing work under way.

4 Replies to "West Seattle development notes: South Delridge, Admiral, Morgan"

  • Prospective buyer September 17, 2015 (10:31 pm)

    Please put garages in these new homes. The current trend is no garage in these modern townhomes. Not all of us are car free, my electric car wants a garage.

  • Mickymse September 18, 2015 (9:06 am)

    Aren’t parking spaces required for all townhomes? Or are you just saying you’d prefer an actual garage?

  • motormike September 18, 2015 (11:00 am)

    I don’t think off street parking spaces or garages are required. The city seems to place significant emphasis on removing parking requirements as a way to make housing affordable.

  • mtnfreak September 20, 2015 (8:55 am)

    “No parking is required for single-family residential uses on lots in any residential zone that are less than 3,000 square feet in size or 30 feet in width where access to parking is permitted through a required yard or setback abutting a street.” – Section 23.54.015 – Required parking

    There’s also a really interesting table outlining minimum requirements.

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