Fuller Sears Architects
An early design review rendition of the proposed 6-story, 370-apartment, large retail space project at the corner of Fauntleroy and Alaska in West Seattle. A second design review meeting is set for Nov. 8.

UPDATE: Back-to-back design review meetings on Nov. 8 will cover big projects on California and Fauntleroy

Design packet available for Fauntleroy project

Update for Oct. 31
The design packet for a second early review of the proposed 6-story, 370-apartment, large retail space project at the corner of Fauntleroy and Alaska is available for viewing.

It can be found here, in advance of the Nov. 8 design review. Note: It's a large file and will take time to download.

To read up on the first early design review meeting, please click here.

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Original post on Oct. 18
Starting at 6:30 on Nov. 8, there will be a design review meeting for the 7-story, 88-unit apartment/retail proposal for the old Petco space at 4724 California Ave. S.W. That meeting will be followed up by a second early design review for the 6-story,370-unit proposal at the southwest corner of Fauntleroy and Alaska.

Here are the details from Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development:

4724 California Ave S.W. MEETING
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2012
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: West Seattle Senior Center, 4217 S.W. Oregon St, Hatten Hall

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The proposal is for a new seven-story, structure containing 75 residential units and 13 live-work units above 4,722 sq. ft. of retail/office at ground level. Parking for 74 vehicles will be provided below grade. Existing structure to be demolished. Project also includes 35,100 cu. yds. of grading.

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4755 Fauntleroy Way S.W. MEETING
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2012
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Location: West Seattle Senior Center, 4217 SW Oregon St., Hatten Hall

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The proposal is for a six-story structure containing 370 residential units over ground floor retail (105,300 sq. ft.). Parking for 570 vehicles to be provided below grade. Existing structures to be demolished. Alley vacation proposed.

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