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Proposed mixer-user would bring 100 apartments to Atlantic

The site is found at the junction of Rainier Avenue S, 23rd Avenue S, and S Hill Street

Chong & Co. and Caron Architecture will present their plans for a mixed-use building at 2016 23rd Avenue in Seattle’s Atlantic neighborhood to the design review board on October 18 for early guidance.

The site is found at the junction of Rainier Avenue S, 23rd Avenue S, and S Hill Street. Plans call for a six-story structure that includes 100 residentual units, approximately 5,000 sqaure feet of commercial/office space, and 41 below grade parking spaces. Five of the residential units will be found at ground level, potentially with private patios.

Some of the building amenities include a green roof with resident space and solar panel array, a large plaza for residences to congregate, and ample bike parking.