For the past six months, we have been studying and thinking about the future of Interbay. Metro has introduced Rapid Ride giving residents and businesses more frequent transit. New apartments and offices are under construction. New businesses have joined long-standing ones to become part of an increasingly diverse business community.
Ballard to Interbay April 29 Community Meeting
Community Meeting – The Future of Interbay What do you think about our Preliminary Recommendations for future land use in Interbay? Here’s how you can provide your feedback: Attend the Community Meeting April 29, 5 to 7 p.m. Q Café 3223 15th Avenue W (just north of Dravus Street) Light snacks […]
CORRECTION TO MEETING DATE: Ballard to Interbay Land Use Corridor Study Community Meeting
Should there be more housing, offices or retail in Interbay? Can existing businesses thrive as Interbay grows and changes? Over the past six months DPD and the Interbay Working Group have been thinking about and discussing Interbay’s future. DPD will present preliminary recommendations and options at a Community Meeting on April 29.
Interbay Corridor Walk March 10
The valley between Magnolia and Queen Anne is home to trains, industrial yards, storage, services, and a busy traffic corridor, but it is also home to multi-family homes, parks, trails, and many unique businesses. Interbay is growing and changing—over 400 apartments are currently under construction. Interbay is the first phase of a DPD land use study examining a three-mile corridor along Elliot Avenue W and 15th Avenue NW.
Envisioning Ballard to Interbay
DPD has launched a land-use study of Elliot Avenue W and 15th Avenue NW corridor from Ballard to Interbay. The purpose of the study is to develop a vision for the lands close to this heavily travelled, multi-functional route. The study will also include proposals for any required changes to the Comprehensive Plan or the Land Use Code to support the vision for this corridor.