DEVELOPMENT: Next Design Review Board meeting set for West Seattle Junction project at 4508 California SW

One year after its last Southwest Design Review Board meeting, the project planned for 4508 California SW in The Junction has its next date with the SWDRB. As published on the city website, the meeting is set for 6:30 pm Thursday, November 7th. The project is currently described as “a 7-story building with 44 apartment units, 14 small efficiency dwelling units (58 units total), lodging and retail. Parking for 17 vehicles proposed.” It would replace the storefronts that currently hold three restaurants, Kamei, Lee’s, and Naked Crepe. The review meeting will be at the Senior Center/Sisson Building (4217 SW Oregon) and will include a comment period. Also of note, separate from Design Review, the comment period on the project application has reopened – here’s the notice about that (PDF).

6 Replies to "DEVELOPMENT: Next Design Review Board meeting set for West Seattle Junction project at 4508 California SW"

  • anonyme October 1, 2019 (9:13 am)

    What will happen to these businesses?  What about the Farmer’s Market?

  • WS Foodie October 1, 2019 (3:03 pm)

    58 units but only 17 parking spots doesn’t sound good. 

    • John October 1, 2019 (4:35 pm)

      With that location and our great new RPZ why should there be any car storage in the building at all?  

    • AMD October 1, 2019 (5:46 pm)

      This is an amazing location for someone with no car.  If you must own a car, this is clearly not the building for you and I would recommend finding a place to live that does have the car storage you need.  

  • Deb Barker October 1, 2019 (3:44 pm)

    I checked with city staff  about the revised notice of application. The unit count has dropped from 74 units to 58 units, and the project now includes a lodging use mainly concentrated on the second floor of the proposed building.

  • John M McAlpine October 1, 2019 (7:21 pm)

    What does lodging use mean?  Is it a hotel?

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