DEVELOPMENT: Key approval for mixed-use building at 9037 35th SW

(Rendering by JW Architects)

Another small-ish mixed-use building is proceeding in south West Seattle. Seven months ago, we featured the design packet for the proposed building at 9037 35th SW [map] as it went through Administrative Design Review (no community meetings). Today, the city’s twice-weekly Land Use Information Bulletin includes the decision approving the project, and the notice explaining how to appeal (deadline October 12th). The proposal is for a four-story building with 25 microapartments (Small Efficiency Dwelling Units), 839 sf of ground-floor retail, and off-street parking for six vehicles, replacing a house and small commercial space. It’s been two years since we first mentioned the plan, before HALA upzoned the site to 55′.

7 Replies to "DEVELOPMENT: Key approval for mixed-use building at 9037 35th SW"

  • Ookla the Mok September 28, 2020 (5:11 pm)

    Seems to be a lot of development on this block.  Do you have any information on what is going on with the lot Tony’s is on?  There is a listing sheet indicating the the owners are also looking to develop that site: 

    • WSB September 28, 2020 (5:31 pm)

      It’s been listed for a while. We asked about it when Tony opened for the season; they said they didn’t know anything about it.

  • Carole September 28, 2020 (5:53 pm)

    What is going up just south of Ephesus?  It’s practically right up against Ephesus, little daylight between buildings.

  • flimflam September 28, 2020 (7:10 pm)

    “key approval” – isn’t pretty much everything approved at this point?

    • WSB September 28, 2020 (8:12 pm)

      No, construction permit & demolition permit are yet to come and you can’t build anything without those.

      • John September 28, 2020 (10:16 pm)

        Just a formality.The city wants the revenue.

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