You might think of Wallingford as a quaint North Seattle 'burb for families but it seems like massive apartment and office projects are taking over all around town. The planned 240-unit apartment complex at Wallingford Avenue North and North 34th Street, a few blocks north of Gas Works Park, moved one step closer to happened when developer AMLI purchased the land for $17.1M. No word yet on what that means for the Tetris-looking property timing-wise.
Meanwhile, Touchstone is moving ahead and breaking ground on a tech-office project called NorthEdge in the spring, per PSBJ. Located at the corner of North Northlake Way and Densmore Avenue North, the four-story complex will have 214K square feet of space. Perkins + Will is the architect on the project.
· Apartment developer pays $17.1M for big property by Gas Works Park [PSBJ]
· 240-Unit Complex Proposed In Wallingford, Near Gas Works Park [Curbed Seattle]
· Touchstone says it's breaking ground on tech office project in Wallingford [PSBJ]