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Green Lake Making Room For Mixed-User 'Meter' Next to Great Hall

Another mixed-use project in Green Lake is getting close to approval

Developer Briar Box and Caron Architecture bring their plans for a six-story mixed-use project at 417 NE 73rd Street in Green Lake before the design review board this evening for potential recommendation.

Based on renderings, it looks like the name of the complex is expected to be 'Meter.'

Plans call for approximately 45 residential units, 1,389 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and an underground garage with 46 parking spaces and 24 bike storage spots. That's a big of an increase in units but decrease in commercial space from initial plans.

Based on renderings it looks like units will mostly be a mixture of studios and 1-BRs. Private amenity space for residents will be located on second floor deck and a common amenity space will be located on the rooftop.

The Great Hall at Green Lake, which is a Seattle Historical Landmark, is located right next door and presents some challenges that the project has had to work through with the design review board. Many of the board's recommendations and feedback has revolved around how the new building can interact with but not overtake the Hall.
· 417 NE 73rd Street [DPD]
· Six-Story Mixed-User Bringing 40 Residences to Green Lake [CS]
· The Great Hall at Green Lake [GH]