DEVELOPMENT: Next Design Review Board date set for 9218 18th SW; packets out for next week’s look at Triangle, Junction projects

Updates on three West Seattle projects going through the Design Review process:

9218 18TH SW: Today’s city-circulated Land Use Information Bulletin includes the next date for this South Delridge project [map]. It’ll go back before the Southwest Design Review Board on December 2nd. Here’s our coverage from back in April, when the project passed the first phase on its second try. The project is proposed for five stories, ~48 apartments, and ~28 offstreet-parking spaces (none are required). Participation for the 5 pm December 2nd online meeting is here (which is also where you’ll find the design packet when the meeting gets closer).

Before then, two projects go back to the board next Thursday (November 18th), and you can preview their design packets now:

4440 FAUNTLEROY WAY SW: Last week, the board reviewed one of the two buildings comprising the Sweeney Blocks megaproject in The Triangle. At 5 pm Thursday, they’ll consider the latest proposal for the other one, 4440 Fauntleroy Way SW [map]. This is proposed as a 7-story mixed-use building, with ~217 apartments and ~153 offstreet-parking spaces. (Here’s our coverage of its previous review in August of last year.) Viewing/commenting info for the meeting is here.

4448 CALIFORNIA SW: At 7 pm Thursday, the board will move on to this Junction project [map], proposed for 7 stories, ~96 apartments, ground-floor commercial space, and no offstreet parking. (Here’s our coverage of their first review in July.) The packet is above and here. Viewing/participation info is here.

2 Replies to "DEVELOPMENT: Next Design Review Board date set for 9218 18th SW; packets out for next week's look at Triangle, Junction projects"

  • k November 12, 2021 (4:36 pm)

    Any update to the proposed development at 35th Ave SW and SW Holden from a few years ago?

    • WSB November 12, 2021 (5:46 pm)

      Still proceeding through the system.

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