A six-story building with 300 residential units, 453 parking spaces underground and more than 15,000 square feet of retail and seven live/work units is proposed for Market Street. If built, this will be Ballard’s largest development to date.
The project site is orange, the arrows represent the primary views from the site.
The site takes up the majority of the 2400 block of Market and five buildings will be torn down including the old Jacobsen’s Marine building (now Maritime’s) and the former Archie McPhee building.
Of the three concepts to be presented, this is the preferred concept.
On Monday evening at 6:30 in the Ballard High School library, the Design Review Board will meet with planners and present information about the site. The meeting is open to the public and the public will have the opportunity to offer comments. So far developers have not applied for any permits for this project.
You can see the entire presentation here (.pdf).