The Department of Planning and Development (DPD) has announced a land use application to allow a 5-story, 22-unit residential building at 1814 12th Ave. S. Parking for 12 cars would be included below grade in the building. The existing 1922-built house on the 7,405 square-foot lot would be demolished.
The project will be required to go through the design review process, as well as a SEPA environmental determination. Comments on the project may be submitted to the DPD through April 15. You can submit your comments online via this link.
On the far south end of the hill, appeals have been filed against the DPD’s recent Determination of Non-Significance with conditions (no environmental impact statement required), for a grading and vegetation removal project at three properties, as discussed on the Beacon Hill Blog recently. The appeal hearings for all three sites will be held on Wednesday, June 6 at 9:00 a.m.
The first is 8839 36th Ave. S. See the decision page here for more information. Here is the page about the appeal hearing.
The second project is nearby at 3400 Edward Dr. S. See the decision page here. Here is the page about the appeal hearing.
The third site is at 9025 Cecil Ave. S. See the decision page here. Here is the page about the appeal hearing.
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