CHS recently reported on the opening of the Sunset Electric apartments project at 11th and Pine — New Sunset Electric apartment building shows Pike/Pine preservation rules in action
In doing so, we left out an important part of the history of the first project to utilize Pike/Pine Conservation District incentives.
In may of 2012, Arizona-based developers Wolff Co. paid $6.7 million for the property — and the plans to build the new preservation-minded development. We told you about that part. We didn’t tell you as much about the Seattle-based developer that worked to create Sunset Electric in the first place. Below, you’ll find a statement about the history of the project from Pryde + Johnson. Let the record stand corrected.