Next Design Review Board meeting set for apartments/PCC project at 2749 California SW

So far, the Southwest Design Review Board has no project reviews set for February, but it’s set to start March with the next look at one of the biggest upcoming projects in West Seattle, 2749 California SW, the 4-story building with ~108 apartments and a new PCC Natural Markets (WSB sponsor) store on the site of the current one. It’s already been to the SWDRB twice, most recently in September (WSB coverage here),and the next review – which could be the final one – is on the board’s schedule for 6:30 pm Thursday, March 2nd, at the usual venue, the Senior Center/Sisson Building in The Junction. The “design packet” isn’t available online yet, but should be as the meeting gets closer.

3 Replies to "Next Design Review Board meeting set for apartments/PCC project at 2749 California SW"

  • Seabruce January 26, 2017 (11:25 pm)

    Nice that they’ll have a new PCC, but could they include some condos or a housing coop, considering that is what kind of market PCC is

    • WSB January 26, 2017 (11:46 pm)

      Well, aside from Alki, nobody’s building condos anywhere in West Seattle. And just to be clear, PCC is not in charge of the project – Madison Development is; PCC will be a tenant, as they are in the current building.

  • nw January 27, 2017 (4:41 pm)

    Likely hood of myself being in the income bracket to afford a rental here and small chance of getting in if some units are affordable for my income bracket makes me feel I am being priced out of an area I grew up in lived here all my life. It also unfortunately makes me feel I could care less of the design of what’s going in. Sad but true for this 3rd generation west seattlite. ; (. 

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