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Attack Of The Townhomes: Walking With Kids Edition

At any given moment there seem to be dozens of townhouses being designed, planned or built around Seattle. We took a look through the design review board archives to see what's currently in the pipeline and here's what we found:


Address: 3629 Courtland Place S
What Is It?: Two new residential buildings, three townhouse units in each building, for a total of 6 townhouses.
Neighborhood: Mount Baker
Amenities: Grass yards, courtyard. Based on renderings, you also get a small child that you must accompany everywhere around the property.
Parking: Parking stalls accessed from the alley, one per unit.
Obligatory Rooftop Deck?: No!


Address: 3621 Courtland Place S
What Is It?: Next to the previously-mentioned townhomes, this is three new residential buildings with three townhouse units in each building, for a total of 9 townhouses.
Neighborhood: Mount Baker
Amenities: Grass yards, courtyard, and free children that need to be shepherded about the property.
Parking: 6 surface parking stalls accessed from the alley.
Obligatory Rooftop Deck?: No!



Address: 706 S Orcas St.
What Is It?: Four townhouse units.
Neighborhood: Georgetown
Amenities: Patios and private terraces.
Parking: One space per unit.
Obligatory Rooftop Deck?: Private terraces, so, yes!


Address: 4321 S. Webster St.
What Is It?: A five-townhome project known as Webster St. Townhomes (except for that one rendering that calls it Weber St. Townhomes. Oops.)
Neighborhood: Rainier Valley
Amenities: The usual, we suppose. Nothing specifically mentioned.
Parking: One parking space per unit.
Obligatory Rooftop Deck?: Naturally.