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Check Out University Place at Union Bay

Dubbed University Place at Union Bay, this 244-unit mixed-use project would also include 21,000 square feet of retail space that has been designated for seven businesses, including a food hall and destination restaurant.

Check Out University Place at Union Bay

Dubbed University Place at Union Bay, this 244-unit mixed-use project would also include 21,000 square feet of retail space that has been designated for seven businesses, including a food hall and destination restaurant.

Ballard Congregate Residence Building First Look

Calhoun Properties (a.k.a. the aPodment people) and ecco design are bringing their plans for a congregate residence building in Ballard before the design review board on Friday for early design guidance.

Two WSCC Expansion Co-Development Towers Coming

The Washington State Convention Center expansion is a huge deal, not only for the ways it'll transform the center itself but for what else it's bringing with it to Downtown Seattle.

I-District Residential/Hotel Complex Takes Shape

Last night, Chinn Investments and Hewitt Architects presented plans for their massive residential/hotel project at between 10th Avenue South and 12th Avenue South, and South Jackson Street and South Main Street to the design review board.

Capitol Hill Apartment Complex Looks For Approval

Sunrise DC and d/Arch LLC are bringing their plans for a six-story apartment building at 323 Bellevue Avenue E in Capitol Hill before the design review board tonight for recommendation.

Vulcan's 23rd & Jackson Development Taking Shape

Vulcan Real Estate, Hewitt Architects, and Runberg Architecture Group are bringing their plans for a massive development at the southeast corner of 23rd Avenue and Jackson Street before the design review board tonight for early design guidance.

Green Lake Making Room For Mixed-User 'Meter'

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

Lenin Statue Gets Good Look at Cubix Fremont

The building located on the edge of 36th Street and Evanston Avenue in Fremont was originally built in 1916. Alas, it will probably not make it to Year 101 because plans for Cubix Fremont go before design review board tonight for possible approval

Greenwood Apartment Complex Goes For Guidance

Greenwood Ave Investors and Encore Architects unveil updated plans and designs for their four-story structure planned at 9039 Greenwood Avenue N tonight. Dubbed Greenwood Apartments, the complex will feature approximately 80 residential units.

Another Mixed-User Planned For Evolving Roosevelt

Developer HIVE and architect Board & Vellum will present plans to the design review board this evening for a seven-story mixed-use building at 6717 Roosevelt Way NE for early design guidance.

Latest Designs Show Off 43-Story SLU Tower Plans

Developer Mack Urban and architect CollinsWoerman are bringing revised plans for their 43-story tower at 1001 John Street in South Lake Union before the design review board on May 4 for recommendation. Plans call for 404 apartments.

Denny Triangle Double-Towers Look For Approval

All-told, the proposed 2300 6th Avenue project will include 1,016 apartments, 25,000 square-feet of retail space, and 628 parking stalls. Building amenities will include a yoga/barre room, "party room," and pet lounge.

Add This Aurora Ave Residential Building Into Mix

Public47 Architects present plans for a five-story residential complex at 1622 Aurora Avenue North to the design review board on Friday for streamlined design review.

Sonata West Hopes For Approval in Columbia City

BDR Capital Partners and NK Architecture will bring revised plans back before the design review board Tuesday evening with the hopes of getting a go-ahead recommendation on Sonata West at Columbia Station at 4561 MLK Jr Way South.

Proposed 'Ravenna North' Townhouse Development

The 3.62-acre site at 2201 NE 88th Street would become the base for 89 townhouses and 157 parking spots to provide what they hope will be "attractive, owner-occupied townhomes that combine a clean and contemporary style with active outdoor spaces."

Wallingford Residential Headed to Bridge Way

Plans call for a five-story building with 18 residential units and five live/work units. No parking is included.

See The 6-Story Building Replacing Piecora’s Pizza

Equity and architect Ankrom Moisan will present their plans for a six-story structure to the design review board. The plans call for 137 residential units, 3,800 square-feet of street-level commercial space and 81 below-grade parking spaces.

Attack of the Townhomes: Proceeds For Good 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.

50th Street Deli Becoming 50th Street Apartments

Get those last few VHS rentals back to the 50th Street Deli before it gets torn down to make way for a SEDU complex.

High Point Lot Becoming Multifamily Mixed-User

Upton Flats will be located at 6058 35th Avenue SW in High Point. Plans call for 102 residential units, two live/work units, 10,159 square feet of commercial space, 111 parking spaces, and 41 bike parking stalls.

Queen Anne 7-11 Spot Becoming Mixed-Use Complex

Blueprint 800 and S+H Works are bringing their plans for a mixed-use project at 800 5th Avenue N on the southeastern slope of Queen Anne Hill before the design review board for early guidance on Tuesday.

New Mixed-User Planned at 14 West Roy Street

The preferred plan of the three submitted features a curving design that conforms to the shape of the site. From above it almost resembles half an umbrella.

Urban Visions' "S" Project Takes Shape

The project is expected to cost around $750 million but with a location next door to light rail and close to the Stadium District and Downtown Seattle, Urban Visions thinks it will attract quite a few suitors.

New Renderings & Details For '2 And U' Tower

The project, a collaboration between land owner Samis Foundation and developer Skanska, looks like it's come down a little bit in terms of available square-footage. Once including 725,000 square-feet of office space, plans now call for 671,000.

Live & Co-Work in New Ballard Residential Complex

The proposed building will be five residential levels with 165 units over one level of 1,871 square feet of retail space and six live/work units as well as 126 parking stalls. Plans also call for a "bike kitchen" and co-working space.

Children's Research Institute Considers New Tower

Seattle Children's Research Institute is working on several solutions to their research needs, one of which could be a 13-story tower at 1920 Terry Avenue

Martin Selig's 3rd & Lenora Tower Adds Apartments

The latest numbers for Martin Selig's downtown tower call for 330 apartments, 187,000 square feet of office space, 7,000 square feet of ground-level retail and 250 parking spaces.

Roosevelt Apartment Complex Close to Approval

Roosevelt Development Group and Weinstein A+U are taking their plans for a mixed-use building on the SW corner of the intersection of NE 65th St and 14th Ave NE before the design review board for a recommendation this evening.

Broadstone First Hill Bringing 337 New Residences

Plans for the mixed-use project include 337 residential units, which is down from the initial 420-unit count. 5,685 square-feet of retails space as well as 280 parking stalls are also expected.

2100 E Madison Complex Looks For Recommendation

Another Capitol Hill apartment complex is coming.

72-Unit Mixed-User Planned For Beacon Hill

Yet another upcoming residential complex planned for Beacon Hill looks for design guidance.

Leaf Apartments Looking to Branch into Beacon Hill

A new North Beacon Hill residential buiding is hoping for approval tonight

Mixed-User Coming to Original Red Robin Site

Once the home of the very first Red Robin restaurant, this Eastlake spot now wants to be a place where you bring your meals home to.

Plans For Passive House Mixed-User in Capitol Hill

Plans call for Seattle's first mixed-use project that meets Passive House Institute US standards.

Neighbors Not Thrilled By 13th Avenue Plans

Locals are fighting back against a five-story building they feel will ruin their quiet neighborhood street. They may have some gripes or it may be just another form of NIMBYism.

New 24-Story Senior Housing Tower Planned

A 237-unit senior living community would bring some much-needed housing in the middle of the city.

First Hill Apts Bring Urban Green Space With Them

A new mixed-use complex is in the works for the corner of University and Union.

17-Story Hotel/Condo Tower Planned For Belltown

Tsang Enterprises wants to put 88 hotel rooms and 68 new condos at 2121 Fifth Avenue.