DEVELOPMENT: ‘Early Community Outreach’ site tour for Admiral project

Another West Seattle redevelopment project has a site tour scheduled for interested community members, as part of the “Early Community Outreach for Design Review” process. One week from today – at 6 pm Tuesday, August 20th – you’re invited to join members of the project team at 2606 45th SW, where seven townhouses are planned to replace a single-family house. These “early outreach” meetings are usually casual Q&A opportunities, for projects that won’t be having other meetings later

5 Replies to "DEVELOPMENT: 'Early Community Outreach' site tour for Admiral project"

  • Plf August 13, 2019 (6:43 pm)

    What is the zoning at these address

  • Gina August 13, 2019 (8:15 pm)

    There are apartments across the alley, and a triplex and apartments across the street, tri level townhouses next door, and one lot away from Admiral Way.

  • WSB August 13, 2019 (8:24 pm)

    You can check the zoning of any address via the King County Parcel Viewer. I’m not sure if that’s been fully updated with HALA MHA changes, though, so lately I’ve just been checking the city’s HALA MHA interactive map –
    http://seattlecitygis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=b0167cf4e63149e3b891307a41a639e5

    That shows this parcel is zoned Lowrise 3 and, as Gina says, is surrounded by multifamily zoning.

  • Mike August 14, 2019 (6:43 am)

    Sold on July 28th.  900 sqft house, 1 toilet. 6,250 sqft lot.The proposed project is (2) 3-story, townhouse buildings with a total of 7 residential units. 6 surface parking stalls along the alley, including 1 car share stall, are proposed.

  • Susan August 16, 2019 (4:19 pm)

    Seven dwellings where there once was one. Seven more cars driving down Admiral Way everyday. West Seattle used to be a hidden gem in this city. Now it’s rapidly following Ballard’s footsteps with the same high rises, traffic congestion, over crowding and loss of original charm. The old PCC space is now a behemoth structure that blocks out light on California and Hiawatha. How many more cars on the road from the residents of those dwellings? I don’t see public transportation growth in sync with all this development.

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