Development: A trickle more subdivision in Ballard
The Seattle Department of Planning reported two new Northwest Land Use applications for approval.
One is unique to Ballard, at 1743 N.W. 60th St. The Land Use application is for a subdivision of the site into two unit lots for the purpose of allowing sale or lease of the properties. The site is zoned as Lowrise-1 (townhouse and cottage housing) and Airport Height District.
The second property is in Northgate area for the a property located at 2150 N 107th St. There is currently a five story building on the property and the application provides it would be would be remodeled.
In addition, the application is to allow a six-story structure with a volume of 90 thousand square feet devoted to medical office space.
They application also indicates an eight-story structure that would provide below and adove parking for 566 vehicles.
The space is zoned for quote a few sectors: neighborhood commercial 3-85 feet, Northgate Overlay, special grading requirement, scenic view within 500 feet and the Salmon Watershed.
With this application there is also approval needed from the design review board and from SEPA Environmental Determination.
It’s noted that this comment period will be the only time citizens can comment on the environmental impact of the proposal.