One of four designs Fuller Sears architects will present to the Southwest Design Review Board for a 370 residential unit, 105,300 sq. ft. retail, 570 car underground garage complex in the works at 4755 Fauntleroy Way S.W. A design review meeting is set for Sept. 27 at the West Seattle Senior Center.
UPDATE: Major development proposed for Fauntleroy Way in former Huling Bros. site
Early Design Review packet now available online; Public meeting on Sept. 27
Update for Sept. 25
The early design review packet for the behemoth residential/retail project in the works at 4755 Fauntleroy Way S.W. is now available online in advance of the early design review meeting (open to the public) on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 6:30 pm at the West Seattle Senior Center at 4217 S.W. Oregon Street.
Original post on Sept. 13
The block along Fauntleroy Way s.w. that has been the home for car dealerships for decades is finally set to be developed. The proposal is for the construction of five floors of residential containing 370 units over 105,300 sq. ft. of retail space with parking for 570 cars below grade.
4755 Fauntleroy Way s.w. is the address listed but the proposed project extends around the entire block from s.w. Edmunds Street to s.w. Alaska Street, from 40th s.w. to Fauntleroy Way s.w.
The existing buildings would be demolished including the Howden-Kennedy Funeral Home, the Shell gas station and the former car dealership. The West Seattle Masonic Lodge and its parking lot would remain.
The first public meeting on the proposed project is set for Sept. 27 at 6:30 pm at the West Seattle Senior Center at 4217 s.w. Oregon Street.
You can look over the permit status for the project on the DPD website here. It is project number 3013803.
The listed property owner is MARION BERBEITER, 5025 CALIFORNIA AVENUE SW #105 SEATTLE, WA