Preview the projects for next week’s Southwest Design Review Board doubleheader

Next Thursday (September 20th), the Southwest Design Review Board meets for its first look at two West Seattle projects. The design packets for both are now online:

(The three ‘massing’ options for 3201 Avalon)

3201 SW AVALON WAY: See the packet here. This is a 7-story, 150-apartment, 85-offstreet-parking-space project proposed to replace the Golden Tee (map; two buildings, 28 units, 30 spaces). NK Architects is designing the project. It’s first up on the SWDRB’s agenda at 6:30 pm Thursday.

(The three ‘massing’ options for 7617 35th)

7617 35TH SW: See the packet here. This is a 4-story, 42-unit, 28-offstreet-parking-space proposal for the Complete Auto Repair site [map]. LDG Architects is designing the project. It’s scheduled for the 8 pm spot on the agenda.

Both meetings are at the Senior Center/Sisson Building in The Junction (4217 SW Oregon); both include public-comment periods. Since both are for the Early Design Guidance phase of Design Review, they are focused on size/shape/site placement of the buildings (“massing”), and there will be at least one more meeting for each project.

1 Reply to "Preview the projects for next week's Southwest Design Review Board doubleheader"

  • DB40 September 14, 2018 (8:26 pm)

    The construction of a seven story, 150 unit apartment building at 3201 SW Avalon Way seems very curious. Isn’t the Avalon Station for ST3 projected to run east down Genesse, right over this property? And how does the reworking road project of Avalon Way impact the construction of this building?

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