Wednesday night, neighbors and community members interested in future development on they *other* corner of 23rd and Union have an opportunity to meet with the developer behind two projects at the busy Central District intersection thanks to citizen group The Central Area Land Use Review Committee:
CHS reported here on the first design review for the project from Lake Union Partners to build “a six-story, market-rate apartment building” on the site currently home to a 23rd and Union gas station, an urban farm, and Cappy’s Gym (which has moved).
Construction is nearing completion, meanwhile, for the six-story LUP project on the southwest corner.
At the March meeting, the review board voted to move the northwest corner project forward:
Meanwhile, the process to update Seattle’s comprehensive plan continues — including the forward-looking amendment, below, that spells out some of the developmental directions for the area including 23rd and Jackson and the Miller/Madison area. The updates and amendments will be finalized over the coming months before City Council votes in early 2016.