Apartment/condo building proposed for Crown Hill

A stalled project is now seeking a master use permit for a four-story building at 9076 Holman Road NW.

A shot of the property from the Holman Road overpass. Photo courtesy Dennis Galvin of the Crown Hill Neighborhood Association

According to the Land Use Information Bulletin, the buildings currently there will be demolished. The new building will contain 3,798 square feet of commercial space and nine live-work units at ground level with 96 residential units on the upper floors. There will be a parking garage for 125 vehicles. The project must still get approval from the Design Review Board and pass the SEPA Environmental Determination.

This is a project that drew a few dozen people to the design review meetings back in 2008 and 2009, according to Dennis Galvin. You can read more on the history of this project here.


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Dennis
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Dennis

The map published on the web site for DPD is WRONG. 9076 Holman is on the South side of  Holman Rd. The building you have pictured is on the North Side of Holman Rd. Colin Vasquez at DPD has been notified of the error and he has not responded.

squid
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Thanks, Dennis. I’ve removed the photo. -Kate

Sven
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Sven

Could be the old 76 station property. 

Dennis
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Dennis

Indeed it is. Development has been stalled for a while now. Looks like they are back on track.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

96 units and 125 underground parking spots?
That’s 37 too many.

Dennis
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Dennis

 There’s also commercial space and the live-work units in addition to the 96 residences.

Ballardissmallilikeanonymity
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Ballardissmallilikeanonymity

I look forward to the replacement of all parking minimums/maximums with the “SPG Precisely 88 Underground Parking Spaces Act.”  

Ballardissmallilikeanonymity
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Ballardissmallilikeanonymity

I look forward to the replacement of all parking minimums/maximums with the “SPG Precisely 88 Underground Parking Spaces Act.”