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Old Posted Sep 21, 2015, 9:42 PM
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That's kind of what I figured might be happening. I think this project is just great....what a use of such a relatively small piece of land.
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Old Posted Sep 21, 2015, 11:46 PM
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Tallman - Ballard - June 25


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Downtown Ballard should be nearing 3,000 units of midrise housing since the late 1990s.
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Old Posted Sep 26, 2015, 1:41 AM
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It's getting better. I hope it is able to maintain some of it's quirkiness.


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Some infill: 2220 E Union





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Design Review Early Design Guidance application proposing a 6-story building containing 146 residential units and 11760 sq.ft. of retail. Parking for 88 vehicles to be provided at and below grade.

CHS reported here on the first design review for the project from Lake Union Partners to build “a six-story, market-rate apartment building” on the site currently home to a 23rd and Union gas station, an urban farm, and Cappy’s Gym (which has moved).

Construction is nearing completion, meanwhile, for the six-story LUP project on the southwest corner.
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Old Posted Oct 2, 2015, 11:41 AM
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First Hill - Fry Art Museum residential tower (proposal)

October 2, 2015

Residential high rise could go up across from Frye Museum

By NAT LEVY
Journal Staff Reporter
http://www.djc.com/news/re/12082213.html?cgi=yes

A residential tower could be built on a half block across the street from the Frye Art Museum on First Hill.

Frye Art Museum owns several parcels on the west side of Terry Ave. and is looking at redeveloping them, said David Buck, president of the museum's Board of Trustees. The museum picked a developer to work with on the project, Buck said, and a deal is being negotiated. He would not say who the developer is.
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Old Posted Oct 6, 2015, 2:49 PM
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Pardon me, this is not a project in Seattle. I am experimenting. This is a highrise proposed in another city, and most of the forumers like it, except me. I thought that this building would not fair well in other city forums. So, please comment if you like and dislike today, and then these posts can be deleted. Thanks.
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Old Posted Oct 7, 2015, 9:25 PM
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Would look great on Beacon or First Hill or in the University District, West Seattle, Greenlake, Lake City, Mt. Baker, Ballard... bring it!
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Old Posted Oct 8, 2015, 8:14 PM
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The Soul of Seattle

Technology

Seattle, in Midst of Tech Boom, Tries to Keep Its Soul
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/09/te...soul.html?_r=0

By NICK WINGFIELD
OCT. 8, 2015

SEATTLE — For years, business leaders here have closely studied the San Francisco region, seeking to emulate the way it churns out so many leading technology companies.

In large measure, those efforts worked. But now, leaders in Seattle are looking to the Bay Area as a different sort of model: a cautionary tale.

The giant sums of money spinning around San Francisco in recent years, fueled by a booming tech sector, have generated hordes of 20-something millionaires and thousands more with six-figure salaries. While that wealth has created a widely envied economy, housing costs have skyrocketed, and the region’s economic divisions have deepened. The rent for a one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco is more than $3,500 a month, the highest in the country.

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Old Posted Oct 9, 2015, 3:36 AM
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The following projects are "Complete" and have been removed from the front page.

Capitol Hill
Broadstone Capitol Hill - 249 / 1414 10th Ave E.

http://seattle.curbed.com/tags/1414-10th-ave

Cue Apartments - 93 units / 721 E. Pine

https://www.djc.com/news/re/12056437.html


Cascade
528 Pontius

http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/AppDocs/G...endaID4329.pdf


Columbia City
Angeline


http://www.djc.com/news/re/12056827.html


University District
47+7 - 47 units? / 4558 7th Ave NE

http://www.47and7.com/

Bridges @ 11th - 184 units / 4557 11th Ave NE

http://madronaridgellc.com/communiti...dges@11th.html

Maple & Terry Halls - ? / Campus Parkway

https://www.hfs.washington.edu/housing/terry/#gsc.tab=0
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Old Posted Oct 9, 2015, 7:48 PM
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Snapped these close-ups of the 4041 Roosevelt site back in August.

4041 Roosevelt Way NE


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The U District housing boom might be slowing since the dorms are basically done in the Southwest Campus area (though upcoming in the NE campus), but there are still a good group of apartments happening. And an office building. And oh, a subway station. Good area, on the way to being a great area.
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Old Posted Oct 9, 2015, 10:16 PM
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There are projects under-construction in the UD that I haven't seen renderings for and don't list on the front page. I've snapped pictures of them but am too lazy to do more than just monitor and photograph when I can.

I'll see if I can snag (with credit) pics from SSC or round up some of my pics and post.
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Here's something near University Village to fill in while I continue thinking about scrounging up pictures... this was posted on SSC.
Looks like two 5-/6-floor buildings.

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From todays DJC.

http://www.djc.com/news/re/12081751.html

September 18, 2015

242 apartments in two buildings eyed for site just east of U Village
By JOURNAL STAFF

Union Bay Place Northeast is a gritty commercial street in Ravenna that doesn't offer much visual respite from the truck bays, blocky buildings and tangle of overhead wires.

But the street has an ace up its sleeve: It's a block from University Village, North Seattle's shopping mecca.

An investment group is planning a 242-unit apartment complex on a site at 4609 Union Bay Place N.E. that would give residents an easy walk to groceries, restaurants and shopping. Nearby employers include the University of Washington and Seattle Children's Hospital.

The complex will be called University Place at Union Bay.

In addition to the apartments, plans call for around 25,000 square feet of retail or commercial space. Parking for 50-75 cars is planned on one level underground, along with storage for 90 bicycles.

City documents list the project owner as an entity called University Place WA LLC. Members include Qinglun and Xiaoyan Zeng, and Tony Chang, a partner at the Redmond accounting firm of Clark, Raymond & Co.

DLR Group is the architect.

Preliminary designs show two six-story buildings side-by-side on a narrow site behind the Safeway store that faces Northeast 45th Street, just east of University Village.

Each building would have street-level commercial space. Storefronts would face a “pedestrian arcade” running between the buildings. Access to the apartments and parking would be on Union Bay Place.

Landscaping along the street would be upgraded.

A pair of small office buildings and a warehouse would be demolished to make way for the project.

A city design review board will be briefed on the plans at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 21 at University Heights Community Center, Room 209, 5031 University Way N.E.

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Some more projects that are complete.

Ballard

The Tallman - 303 units / 5343 Tallman Ave NW


Renderings courtesy of Runberg Architects

Capitol Hill

Harvard & E. Thomas - ? units


Name ? - ? units / 422 Summit

Renderings courtesy of Runberg Architects

First Hill

Swedish Medical Pavilion

http://www.djc.com/news/re/12072773.html

University District

Brooklyn Ave & 50th St


West Seattle

Name ? - ? units / 4730 California Ave

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Some stuff in Ballard that I don't think was listed on the first page.
Posted on SSC.

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From yesterday

51st & 15th

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56th & 20th

20151012_161051 by Kevin Duffy-Greaves, on Flickr

56th & 22nd

20151012_161331 by Kevin Duffy-Greaves, on Flickr

56th & 24th

20151012_161602 by Kevin Duffy-Greaves, on Flickr

Nearly done at 65th & 24th

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University District progress pictures.

LIV on Brooklyn (almost completed in this view) - 9/22/15


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4545 Roosevelt - 9/18/15


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October 13, 2015
Medical building planned on First Hill
By JOURNAL STAFF

http://www.djc.com/news/re/12082535.html

Healthcare Realty Trust of Nashville, Tennessee, wants to build a six-story medical office building at 515 Minor Ave., near Swedish Medical Center on First Hill.

The proposal calls for 123,800 square feet of office, 325 underground parking stalls on five levels, and a pedestrian plaza. Some street-level retail may also be part of the mix.

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4041 Roosevelt. The crane for 4545 Roosevelt in the distance. From 9/22/15


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Some Yesler Terrace pics from late August.


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