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Old Posted Feb 4, 2017, 1:54 AM
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Project #3022598: Land Use Application to allow a 24-story, 95 unit assisted living facility and 150 unit apartment building with retail at ground level. Parking for 190 vehicles provided below grade. Existing structures and parking lot to be demolished.
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Looks like an updated announcement with less parking:

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From todays DJC.

http://www.djc.com/news/ae/12097239.html

February 6, 2017

Planned 24-story tower would cater to seniors
By JOURNAL STAFF

The team behind a 24-story tower proposed for First Hill will update a Seattle design review board on its latest plans this week.

Columbia Pacific Advisors wants to build a 243-unit residential project that would cater to seniors. The tower would have units for independent living, assisted living and memory care.

The half-block site is at 620 Terry Ave., between James and Cherry streets.

The tower would sit atop a four-story podium, according to architectural documents filed with the city. The proposal also calls for 132 underground parking spaces and a retail space at the corner of Terry and James.

The 243-unit residential project would offer independent living, assisted living and memory care.
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Parking often gets reduced from the original plan. Projects generally start the land use permit process with the largest potential amount of parking, then confirm or reduce from there.

In this case it might also have extra parking for the Archdiocese. I believe the original plan had that, and I suspect the new one might. It's still pretty high given that a lot of residents won't be drivers and most of the workers will be transit users (presumably low-paid jobs).
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