Development notes: Design reviews, 12th Ave Arts grand opening

The Reverb

The Reverb

  • Design reviews: No CHS write-ups but Wednesday night brings two more projects in front of the design review board —
    • 1023 E. Alder St: One third of the Spectrum developments along 12th Ave near Yesler Terrace, the Reverb takes the final step in the review process Wednesday night.
    • 215 Boylston Ave E: This infill project will bring 25 units to Boylston just north of E John.
  • The 12th Ave Arts grand opening is Thursday, November 20th

    The 12th Ave Arts grand opening is Thursday, November 20th

    12th Ave Arts: The Capitol Hill Housing development transforming the former East Precinct parking lot into affordable apartments, theater space, restaurants, and office space will celebrate with a grand opening Thursday night. The event’s tours are reportedly already RSVP’s up — but go for it, we say.

  • Sunset Electric kudos: The preservation-friendly Sunset Electric development is now award winning:
    NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association has recognized The Wolff Company’s Sunset Electric building on Capitol Hill in Seattle as its mid- rise multifamily development of the year. The prestigious award comes on the heels of the building’s recent LEED Platinum certification for efficiency and environmental responsibility.
    CHS wrote about the Weber Thompson-designed mixed-use project here following its opening earlier this year.
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2 thoughts on “Development notes: Design reviews, 12th Ave Arts grand opening

  1. It’s true that tomorrow’s Grand Opening of 12th Avenue Arts is full.
    However, there will be a community open house on December 10th from 4-6pm.
    Everyone is welcome to stop by!

    -Michael