Marked by the A, developers are planning an 8-story apartment complex at 4745 40th Ave. S.W. An early design review meeting (open to the public) is set for May 23.
Design meeting set for 8-story building just west of Whole Foods project: May 23
Adding to the remake of West Seattle’s Fauntleroy Triangle , an 8-story apartment complex at 4745 40th Ave. S.W. is starting up the design review process.
An early design guidance meeting is set for May 23, 6:30 p.m., at the West Seattle Senior Center (4217 S.W. Oregon St.) and additional details on the size, shape and features will be first unveiled at the meeting.
The project, being built by Alliance Realty Partners, LLC, will consist of 150 residential units with 9 live-work units and underground parking for 100 vehicles. It is just west of a proposed six-story project with a Whole Foods grocery store and 370 apartments. Also nearby, across the street at 3922 S.W. Alaska St., the long-stalled “Hole” is revitalized and on it’s way to become a 7-story building with 216 apartments and a fitness center.
To offset urban growth, Seattle’s City Council approved the Parks Department plan to purchase a portion of a vacant lot at 4731 40th Ave. S.W. (just north of the 4745 40th Ave. S.W. project) and turn it into a city park, paid for by the Parks and Green Spaces Levy.