HyBrid Architecture
This four story apartment building with 29 small efficiency units and 6 apartment units is proposed for 5952 California Ave SW. Five parking spaces would be provided at the rear of the building. It's one of two projects being reviewed in a public meeting at the West Seattle Senior Center on May 25

Two apartment projects with 73 units and five parking spaces up for meeting May 25

A public meeting on two projects very close to each other with 73 dwelling units total, with five parking spaces for one and none for the other is set for May 25 at the West Seattle Senior Center. The first, covered by the Herald last September, has been revised since that early design is Project No. 3024606, located 5952 California Avenue SW. It originally called for a 41 unit building but is now a 4-story apartment building with 29 small efficiency dwelling units and 6 apartment units (35 units total). Surface parking for 5 vehicles would be provided. The existing structures would be demolished.

The second is Project No. 3025264 located at 6016 California Avenue SW. It would be a 3-story structure containing 36 small efficiency dwelling units and 2 live-work units. Existing structures would be demolished.
No parking is included.

Both projects require the following approvals:

  • Administrative Design Review (ADR)
  • SEPA


Copies of the project application materials and plans are available online at the permit and property records web page (http://web6.seattle.gov/dpd/edms/) or at the SDCI Public Resource Center, 700 5th Avenue, Suite 2000. The Public Resource Center is open 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Questions may be directed to David Landry, Land Use Planner at (206) 684-5318 or david.landry@seattle.gov.


A public meeting to take comments on this application will be held on May 25, 2017 at West Seattle Senior Center, 6:00 PM. Written and/or oral comments may be submitted at the meeting.

This facility is accessible. Print and communication access available on request. Please contact the Public Resource Center at PRC@seattle.gov, (206) 684-8467 (message line) as soon as possible to request accommodation for a disability.

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