Nicholson Kovalchick Architects
This illustration by Nicholson Kovalchick Architects of the building to be constructed at 4505 42nd SW.

'Capelouto 42nd' gets the go ahead for the Junction

7 story apartment building will offer 45 living spaces and ground floor retail; 14 parking spaces

Following a series of meetings underway for the past two years of the Southwest Design Review Board Seattle's Department of Planning and Development has given the green light to the 7-story structure at 4505 42nd SW that will contain 45 residential units, have 5,989 sq. ft. of lodging space and 4,449 sq. ft. of ground floor retail use. Parking for 14 vehicles to be provided below grade. The apartment building will be named after its owner Leon Capelouto, "Capelouto 42nd".

Building amenities suggested include community space, roof deck with west-facing views and a plantable garden area, secure bike parking, and "connected living" with high speed internet.

The complete decision can be found here and the full design review packet can be found here.

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On the Go Week of 2-1-16

Destination Delridge: A Landmark Celebration Fundraiser
For the first time in five years, the Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association is hosting a fundraiser! We celebrate 20 years of DNDA strengthening the Delridge community, and 10 years of youth and arts education at the dynamic Youngstown Cultural Arts Center. There'll be great food, live entertainment, art, games, and music by some of Seattle's finest! It all happens Fri., Feb. 26 at Metropolist in SoDo. Come and reconnect with 200 guests who are passionate about social justice and community-building! Ticket info and purchase: Questions, or to volunteer: To donate:

Discovery Shop
4535 California Ave. S.W.

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Editor's notebook: Where is the police report?

By Ken Robinson
Managing Editor

Note to the grumpy lady who called about the police report for West Seattle: We have had some flux in staffing lately that resulted in not being able to gather the police report. When we got going again with a new guy, he told us the Seattle Police Department public information officer said they were having trouble getting the report done. This coincidence created the void in reporting you called about.

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