Did the psychic reader see this coming? Her house, the place next to her, and places south and in back (basically all small structures on the block south of Lake Union Café) will be demolished to make way for a seven story building with over 120 units (98 efficiency units and 28 small apartments, mostly studios, including two one-bedrooms). The preliminary design includes a retail street-level front of black glass along Eastlake Avenue.
The complex will have 21 underground parking spaces including some resident bike parking.
Deadline for public comment is January 2, 2019.
Project number is 3034445-LU
The developer’s plan for the site is in this link under Attachments. It takes a moment for the attachments to load when you click on them. Then look for “Plan Set – Land Use.pdf.” (The pdf is 51 MB and too large to post here.)
These are the buildings along Eastlake Ave. E. that will be demolished along with a few houses behind them:
The Lake Union Cafe is not part of the project:
There is a comment form for this project under Notice of Application.pdf.
Applicant contact: Lauren Garkel 206-782-8208
SDCI Planner Wayne Farrens 206-727-8602
Written comments are encouraged and should be submitted to
Department of Construction & Inspections
ATTN Public Resource Center
P.O. Box 34019
Seattle WA 98124-4019
People who comment and provide an email address or return US mail address will be sent notice of any public meetings or hearings and notice of the SDCI decision with information on the right to appeal. All correspondence will be posted to the city’s electronic library.