Downtown Montlake development news via capitolhillseattle:
Meanwhile, down Montlake way, a parcel that suddenly sprang back to life in winter 2011 only to again go dormant is apparently revived again. We first wrote about the 2200 24th Ave E project in February, 2011:
Capitol Hill’s neighbors are getting ready to build again, too. Wednesday night, the Capitol Hill Design Review Board will provide early guidance to a project to build a new three-story mixed-use development along 24th Ave E that will fill in a demolished block left behind when another project that started in 2006 was canceled.
Capitol Hill’s Roger Newell Architects is designing the new mix of commercial space, apartments and townhouses for Boston 2200, LLC, a corporation backed by the land’s owner Paul Joos. Plan calls for a three-story building with 21 apartments, three townhomes, and 4,000 sq. ft. of retail and office space. 30 underground parking spaces are included in the project.
Updated totals from the land use application: “a three-story building with 23 residential units, one live-work unit (1,031 sq. ft.) and retail and office use (4,299 sq. ft.) Parking for 31 vehicles…”
The project passed through the early design guidance phase and then… nothing. Until now. You can check out the “recommendation” stage presentation below for details but we don’t want to take another moment documenting this puppy. At this point, it’s time to build.
Project: 2200 24th Ave E map