Developer Harbor Urban is bringing a new mixed use-apartment building to 1321 N. 45th Street on the corner of Interlake Avenue in Wallingford, according to WallyHood. The complex would include 150 apartments, ground-level retain and underground parking for up to 140 vehicles. The entire project would encompass 168,000 square feet.
Construction of the building would mean that a two-story building and seven homes currently on the block would be demolished. The new building would connect the 1231 N. 45th St. where Walgreens recently moved in to the one-level building at 1380 N. 45th St.
The Stone Way area, of which this project is just off of, is really undergoing significant changes with new projects and apartment complexes. Wallingford should expect to see a lot more faces around town in the coming years and, hopefully, infuse enough retail and restaurant space into the neighborhood to handle it.
Harbor Urban Development Manager T.J. Lehman will be at Chocolati Café on Wednesday, January 9th between 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. to discuss the project and answer questions. The project will have its first design review on Monday, January 14 at 8:00 p.m. at the University Heights Community Center on 5031 University Way NE.
· New Apartments Planned for 45th/Interlake [WallyHood]