Every week, the Bureau of Development Services publishes lists of Early Assistance applications, Land Use Reviews and Building Permits processed in the previous week. We publish the highlights.
Early Assistance has been requested by Holst Architecture for a project at 2221 N Argyle St:
Questions about proposal for new construction for number of units to achieve max density for household and group living.
Early Assistance has been requested by Works Progress Architecture for a project at 1944 SE Tacoma St:
Consolidate tax lots and build a new multi-family building (12 dwelling units)
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Waterleaf Architecture, Interiors & Planning to discuss a project the Lloyd East Anchor (currently Sears):
Pre-application conference for renovation and expansion of existing four story, 145,000 sf anchor. First and second floor will be multi-tenant use; demolition of 4th floor and expansion of third floor from 37,000 to 75,000 sf.
A building permit was issued to SERA Architects for The Amy at 2031 SW 10th Ave:
New 5 story wood framed apartment building above one level of below grade parking
A building permit was issued for the NW 19th & Quimby apartments:
New 6 story apartment bldg. w/ 88 units. PT podium with 5 stories wood frame construction above w/ on grade parking.
A building permit was issued to Urban Development Group for a project at 7017 NE Grand Ave:
Construct new 3 story, 12 unit apartment building, 2 buildings are attached by stairs and landings on each end, 2 detached trash enclosures (less than 120 sf each) no parking, site utilities included
A building permit was issued to Studio 3 Architecture for a project at 3605 SE 38th Ave (formerly 3730 SE Powell Blvd):
Construct new 3 story (30 unit) apartment building with associated site work and detached trash enclosure less than 120 sq ft.
A building permit was issued to Ankrom Moisan Architects for the Restoration Hardware at 474 NW 23rd Ave:
New 4 story construction with basement parking garage and rooftop story comprising stair enclosure, open air pavilion and trellis structure
The Lloyd Center news is surprising. First Nordstrom, now Sears, and the future of Macy’s is still up in the air?
On a related note, how many square feet is the average movie theater? It seems one of these spaces – particularly the Macy’s – could be an ideal spot to replace Lloyd 10.
The Fifty at Division – 4937 Southeast Division Street
Hawthorne 31 Apartments – 1521 SE 31st Avenue
The Whitney- 411 SE 14th Ave