We showed you what the Broadway Whole Foods building will look like the minute we got our hands on the plans back in February. This week brings the first public test of the design proposal to create a 16-story, 288-unit, mixed-use development with parking for around 350 cars at the corner of Madison and Broadway where Capitol Hill and First Hill with its high-er-rise zoning meet.
The early design guidance for the Columbia Pacific Advisors development designed by Tiscareno Associates is Wednesday night:
|Review Meeting:||March 4, 6:30 pm|
|1016 E. Marion St|
|PIGT Room #304|
|Review Phase:||EDG–Early Design Guidance|
|Project Number:||3019050 permit status | notice|
The project will include a two-level 40,000 square-foot street-level “urban grocery” from the Texas-based chain of markets “specializing” in organic food. The project is targeted for a late 2017 to early 2018 opening and will replace the 1928-built, three-story masonry medical building currently at the site.
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Whole Foods has cited the coming First Hill Streetcar line and proximity to First Hill’s hospitals and nearby Seattle University as important factors in choosing the Broadway and Madison location.
We’ve embedded the full design proposal, below. Continue reading