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Two Capitol Hill Mixed-Users Up for Design Review Tonight


Tonight, two apartment complexes will go before the design review board at different planning stages. First up, a proposed mixed-use building at 323 Bellevue Avenue East. The 28,500 sq. ft., six-story building would feature 24 apartments above a street-level restaurant or coffee shop (1,550 sq. ft. of commercial space) and a below-grade parking garage for 16 vehicles. They're offering a few different options but the preferred one features a mix of studio, 1- and 2-bedroom units as well as a 1,175 sq. ft. roof deck on the sixth floor with views of the Space Needle, Seattle Center and the Olympics. Cardinal Architecture will look for early design guidance at 6:30 p.m. at Seattle University.


Meanwhile, Johnson Architecture & Planning will return with revised plans for their six-story, mixed-user at 1420 E. Madison St at 8:00 p.m. The 70-unit building will also include 70 parking space in a two-and-a-half level underground parking garage as well as approximately 3,000 sq. ft. of live/work and commercial space.
· 323 Bellevue Ave E [Seattle.gov]
· 1420 E. Madison St [Seattle.gov]

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