A group called Inhabit Eastlake, managed by Daly Partners, is preparing for a recommendation meeting with the Design Review Board on June 11 to discuss plans for a an approx. 100K square-foot mixed use complex along Eastlake Avenue & Yale Place. The complex, which will consist of two structures bisected by a pedestrian courtyard, will include 90 residential units, five live/work units, two ground-level commercial spaces and below-grade parking. Renderings include an art court, herb garden and a whole lot of greenery. The specific art installation featured is called 'Reunion,' a proposed steel structure by Mike Phifer. The architect on the project is Bushnaq Studio Architecture + Design while Karen Kiest of Landscape Architects is handling landscapes. Initial plans call for a January 2015 construction start date.
· 1903 Yale Pl E Design Proposal [Seattle.gov]