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Miller Hull Partnership LLP
A 7 story, mixed use residential/retail/light industrial building intended to be built on Harbor Ave. SW has filed their land use permit. The building would constructed on the site of the former Alki Tavern.

7 story structure on Harbor Ave. SW files land use permit

15 residential units, mixed use retail and light industrial building would have 27 parking spaces

The land use permit application for the 7 story project proposed for 1307 Harbor Ave. S.W. has been filed with Seattle's Department of Planning and Development.

This location, former site of the Alki Tavern and for those with longer memories, of the Embers nightclub, sits between two existing condominiums (Seabird and Harbor Landing) but would likely stand much taller, depending on the final design.

In April of 2014, The Miller Hull Partnership, LLP came before the Southwest Design Review Board to present four primary options to a design that now will be a 7-story structure with 15 residential units, above retail, restaurant, office and light manufacturing in an environmentally critical area. Parking for 27 vehicles would be located within the structure. Existing structures would be removed.

The full early design review packet can be downloaded here.

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