DEVELOPMENT: House-to-townhouses @ 7035 Delridge Way

(King County Assessor’s Office photo)

Just north of the Orchard business node on Delridge, more redevelopment – a project to replace that 93-year-old house with nine townhouses is proceeding through the system, a year after an early-stage proposal appeared. The townhouses at 7035 Delridge Way SW would have one off-street-parking spot per unit. The 9,600-square-foot site, sold this past June for $690,000, is just a couple doors down from the site where the Lam Bow Apartments are to be rebuilt.

7 Replies to "DEVELOPMENT: House-to-townhouses @ 7035 Delridge Way"

  • Steve December 19, 2019 (5:01 pm)

    Won’t someone please think of the dilapidated shacks?? Where will our local mold and moss population “age in place” now?? Awesome that this dump is turning into homes for nine new families! Nice windfall for the previous owner who bought it for $177,000 in 2001. 

    • Also John December 19, 2019 (5:44 pm)

      I have a home next to me that will take in any and all displaced mold and moss. They’ll also take any yard waste.

  • KB December 19, 2019 (6:38 pm)

    I love it. More great news for SoDel. Now let’s get to work on the other 7-10 dilapidated shacks masquerading as homes on South Delridge!  

  • D December 19, 2019 (7:28 pm)

    Yay! Glad to see some progress being made here!

  • AMD December 19, 2019 (7:29 pm)

    But the new townhouses won’t have lawn parking for junk cars!  It is just inhumane to put housing where derelict car storage should be!

  • John December 19, 2019 (9:11 pm)

    I hope that beautiful cottage can somehow be saved and integrated into the design to maintain the heritage of Delridge.

  • anonyme December 20, 2019 (6:19 am)

    A well-deserved demo with a sensible replacement.

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