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Ballard Development Update May 28: more subdivisions on the horizon

Posted by Meghan Walker on May 28th, 2015

Two land subdivision applications have been submitted and one building application has been accepted in this week’s  Land Use Information Bulletin from the City of Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD).

Applications:

819 NW 70th St.

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A Land Use Application has been submitted to subdivide one parcel into three parcels of land. Proposed parcel sizes are: X) 557 sq. ft., Y) 526 sq. ft. and Z) 555 sq. ft.

6752 Division Ave NW

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A Land Use Application has been submitted to subdivide one parcel into three parcels of land. Proposed parcel sizes are: X) 547.4 sq. ft., Y) 526.4 sq. ft. and Z) 948.6 sq. ft. Existing structures to remain.

Decisions:

7309 3RD AVE NW

A Land Use Application has been approved to allow a new two-story, single family dwelling unit and a one-car detached garage. The application has been given a special exception to allow the building on a lot less than 3,200 sq. ft.

Comments about the above applications should be submitted to PRC@seattle.gov or mailed to the address below:

City of Seattle DPD PRC
700 5th Avenue Suite 2000
PO Box 34019
Seattle, WA  98124-4019

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2 reader comments so far ↓

  • 1 Mike // May 28, 2015 at 10:13 am

    So now they’re trying to follow proper procedures with 819 NW 70th St?

  • 2 Superchick // Jun 3, 2015 at 1:08 pm

    No, not really. This notice is only for subdividing the property so the developer can indivudually sell each of the six units instead of in bulk; it says nothing about the house being demolished and project details. There has never been–and most likely never will be–a public notice, design review or traffic impact study for the 8,000 square-foot, live/work, six-unit development replacing a 1,650 square-foot home in a residential side street. It’s already underway. Concrete footings were poured before this notice arrived in mailboxes. See http://www.divisionaveblog.wordpress.com for updates if you’re interested.

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