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May 19, 2017 West Seattle development; How many apartments, how many parking spaces?
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By Gwen Davis

It’s the infamous story of Seattle: too many cars and not enough parking spaces.

Unfortunately, a proposed development in the West Seattle Junction might compound the situation even more for Junction residents.

The proposed four-story building, dubbed Junction Landing, containing 58 units and four live-work units with parking for 29 vehicles at 4417 42nd Ave SW is making its way through the city’s design review process.

On Thursday, the West Seattle design review board was presented with the latest plans by developers.

And on Friday morning, the Hope Lutheran School, a neighbor of the development, submitted a letter of concern to the city:

"We would like to address our concerns as it relates to parking,” the public letter stated. The current West Seattle Junction neighborhood plan "recommends a goal of balancing a developing compact urban village with the need for adequate parking by not adversely affecting existing charter of the neighborhood,” the school wrote.

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