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54 unit apartment/townhouse development proposed for High Point | West Seattle Herald / White Center News Skip to Main Content Area Monday, August 29, 2016 | Few clouds, 78.8 °F search Letters Sign in Subscribe Contact Us Front Page News Features Sports Opinion Police Blotter Conditional go ahead given to four story 52-unit apartment building on Fauntleroy Way The Seattle Department of Planning and Development has given a ... Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide Admiral Theater 2343 California Ave. S.W. 938-3456 Movie ... Keeping Track Where area stars meet their future By Tim Clinton SPORTS EDITOR Kelemete back with ... Amanda's View: Renaissance Faire By Amanda Knox On a +95° cloudless day, the Washington ... Police Blotter Week of 8-29-16 Burglar takes off with jewelry Officers were dispatched to the ... News On the Go Week of 8-29-16 Arbor Heights Elementary ribbon cutting will open new innovative campus Sept. 6 54 unit apartment/townhouse development proposed for High Point Construction nears completion at two West Seattle elementary schools Arbor Heights and Genesee Hill ready just in time for back-to-school West Seattle and Ballard artists will perform at Bumbershoot Conditional go ahead given to four story 52-unit apartment building on Fauntleroy Way Early Design Guidance meeting set for 80 unit apartment building on Barton Street SW Richard Sherman? Meet Richard Sherman! 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Here are some tips and places on staying cool New 'Bell Times' will mean much later start and exit times for many SPS students this year Fall Kick-Off community Bar-B-Que and open house at Salvation Army Sept.10 White Center Salvation Army taking 85 kids on Back to School shopping spree Where can you get a copy of the Westside Weekly? Seattle DPD 54 unit apartment/townhouse development proposed for High Point By Patrick Robinson 08/29/2016 The DPD Decision How to comment on proposals A Land Use Application to allow a 54 unit residential development (eight townhouse structures with 37 units and 17 single family dwelling units) at 6800 31st SW has been filed with Seattle's Department of Planning and Development for a project to be built by Polygon Homes. They purchased the land from the Seattle Housing Authority last September. Parking for 85 vehicles would be located within the residential structures and unenclosed surface parking stalls. It is Project # 301859. This is a project with a long and varied history. The area to be developed is in an "environmentally critical area" but the final Environmental Impact Statement dated September 24, 2004 was prepared by Seattle Housing Authority. Originally, more than 12 years ago the plan by a private developer was to construct 20 homes on the site plus a carriage house. Then after those plans fell through the Seattle Housing Authority proposed a 62 unit residential development to include 18 single family residences and 22 two-unit townhouse buildings. Those plans were dropped and another developer planned thirteen single family residences and 64 ground related dwelling units (77 units) with surface and garage parking for 127 vehicles. The Seattle Housing Authority's 2008 application for development was canceled in 2010 due to a Council Land Use Action to correct an error on the official Land Use Map due to cartographic and clerical mistakes for the High Point Community. Then in July of 2015 a Land Use Application was filed by SHA to allow a 54 unit residential development was filed. In September of 2015 a Land Use Application was filed to adjust the boundary between 109 unit lots resulting in 58 unit lots and four tracks of land (A-D). Proposed parcel sizes range from 1,257sf to 3,709sf. Tracks range in size from 36,706sf to 1313sf. We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed. View the discussion thread. Please send us your news tips, photos or ideas of how we can better cover your neighborhood. Email us at WestSeattle@robinsonnews.com or TEXT news tips to 206-459-6717 Receive updates on news and events in the West Seattle neighborhood via Twitter! Web development by Freelock Computing © 2016 Robinson Communications Inc. All Rights Reserved. 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