Notable residential land use activity in Seattle's urban core

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Greater Seattle

The following are upcoming land use review board meetings of new residential projects in the Seattle core districts, either planned as apartments or condos. Where applicable, I've noted existing condominiums located in the vicinity of the proposed structures.

2nd & Pike Tower

2030 8th Avenue. 38-story 350-unit residential tower proposed in the Denny Triangle area. Located at 8th and Lenora, the building would be situated NW of the Cosmopolitan and SW of the 2200.

    Design Review Early Design Guidance Meeting
    February 9, 2010 at 5:30 PM
    Seattle City Hall
    Download the design proposal workbook (12 MB PDF)

2nd & Pike Tower (1430 2nd Ave). 35-story residential tower at the SE corner of 2nd & Pike. At one point the project was to include a hotel, Candela, which has since been removed from the proposal. The project is situated on the SE corner of the intersection, across from the Newmark Tower.

    Design Review Second Early Design Guidance Meeting
    February 9, 2010 at 7:00 PM
    Seattle City Hall
    Download the design proposal workbook (7MB PDF)

1200 Stewart. Twin 35-story towers proposed at the corner of Denny and Stewart to contain residential, hotel and retail space.

    Design Review Board Meeting
    February 23, 2010 at 5:30 pm
    Seattle City Hall


151 John Street. This is a 7-story residential building proposed at the corner of John Street and Warren Avenue next to the Seattle Center. This the lot adjacent to the north of Queen Court.

    Design Review Board Meeting
    March 3, 2010 at 6:30 PM
    Queen Anne Community Center

3031 Western Ave. This is Martin Selig's 14-story 78-unit apartment proposal that's situated at the north end of the Olympic Sculpture Park and west of the Alexandria.

    Design Review Board Meeting
    March 9, 2010 at 5:30 pm
    Seattle City Hall

Comments (1)

Sonny Kwan
Quantum Group Commercial - Residential - Lease Seattle, WA - Mercer Island, WA

Ben, thanks for the downtown seattle core building status, I wondered what all those vacant land was for.

Feb 09, 2010 12:12 PM