On June 25 DPD will host an open house to present its recommendation for changes in zoning, including permitted height and other development standards, for the South Lake Union Neighborhood. This event marks the culmination in a multi-year planning process that began with designation of the neighborhood as an Urban Center in 2004, the update of the Neighborhood Plan in 2007, completion of the South Lake Union Urban Design Framework in 2010, and release of a Final Environmental Impact Statement earlier this year.
The Department of Planning and Development will not be holding the South Lake Union Open House on June 14 as previously announced. The meeting has been postponed.
The City of Seattle has drawn up options that illustrate future urban design and development possibilities for the Northgate Light Rail Station area south of Northgate Mall. They include interesting ideas for creating urban plazas, active and green streetscapes, and a more complete neighborhood district near the light rail station.
Following the public meeting in late July and an online survey, we have drawn up options that show future urban design and development possibilities for this area south of the mall. They include interesting ideas for creating urban plazas, active and green streetscapes, and a more complete neighborhood district near the light rail station.
Energy costs got you down? Come join the city’s Open House on October 17th and find out how to take a bite out of your energy bills.
City Green Building is hosting an open house for building owners and others interested in learning more about the City’s building energy benchmarking and reporting ordinance. Buildings over 10,000 square feet and multifamily properties of five units or more are required to comply by April 1, 2012.
What will it take to create a vital community at the Northgate light-rail station? This question is one of many that representatives from the City of Seattle, King County, Sound Transit and other agencies would like to discuss with the public at an Open House for the Community Design Study for the Northgate Light Rail Station Area.
Light rail service to Capitol Hill and other neighborhoods is planned to begin in the Fall of 2016 – more than five years away. But discussions are well underway for what will happen above ground on the properties currently under construction for the stations and light rail tunnel.
On May 21, 2010, from 10:00 am-1:00 pm, the City of Seattle Department of Planning and Development will host a community Open House on the Draft Urban Design Framework for the properties acquired for light rail and station construction on Capitol Hill.
DPD will host a West Seattle Triangle Open House on Monday, February 7, 2011, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Senior Center of West Seattle, 4217 S.W. Oregon Street.
Join us to celebrate the completion of the South Lake Union Urban Design Framework.
The Urban Design Framework establishes a shared design vision and implementation strategy for the future of South Lake Union. The framework translates 15 years of community planning into guiding principles, conceptual recommendations, and implementation actions.