2236 Fairview Ave E

Early Design Guidance proposal for 6 three-story townhouse and row house structures containing 27 residential units. Parking for 27 vehicles to be provided in some of the proposals. Existing structures to be demolished.

There are three design options which you can view here

The project is in the review phase of early design guidance. There is a Review Meeting March 15, 2017 6:30 p.m. at Seattle University, 1000 E James Way, Student Center 160

The project number is 3024310 and you can view the project page here

The planner is Crystal Torres, her phone number is 206-684-5887 and her email address is crystal.torres@seattle.gov


Spencer Williams of the Office of Planning and Community Development invites you to an upcoming Eastlake Workshop

When:  Monday, March 13th from 6:00 pm-9:00 pm

Where: Tops (K-8) School, 2500 Franklin Ave East, Seattle, WA 98102

The goals of this workshop are to support Eastlake’s community members to learn more and weigh in on changes proposed for the neighborhood as well as to help inform the Office of Planning and Community Development and City Council about your community’s vision of how our Urban Villages should look, feel, and function in support of important citywide goals for increased affordability, design quality, and housing options in neighborhoods throughout the city.  We welcome a lively interchange of ideas and opinions on the recently proposed zoning changes for your neighborhood, including what mix of zones best support the context and conditions of local areas and how to encourage more housing options and elements of livability including neighborhood amenities such as frequent and reliable transit, community-serving businesses, parks and schools as the city grows.

To RSVP please fill out the form here https://goo.gl/forms/4EsRmOB4tyAMeHJE2 Childcare will be provided at event. Questions? Contact Spencer Williams– Spencer.Williams@Seattle.Gov or call (206) 384-2709

Public meeting and slide talk featuring historian Paul Dorpat about Eastlake’s and Seattle’s past Wednesday, March 22, 7 p.m. at TOPS-Seward School, 2500 Franklin Ave. E. The Eastlake Community Council welcomes historian/documentarian Paul Dorpat on the past and changes in Eastlake, Lake Union, and Seattle. His slide talks, presented with empathy, passion, and humor, offer unforgettable insights, and are simply not be missed. The author of many books, Dorpat also partners with Jean Sherrard on the long-running Seattle Times Pacific Magazine column with photos and commentary on the same place “now and then.” They share a wonderful web site: click here.

Ride the Ducks

The FHA is aware that there has been activity at the Ride the Ducks on fairview this week, and is looking into what the work is that’s being done. If you would like to apprise yourself of the history of this situation you will find details of the agreement that was reached on the Eastlake Community Council website. We will pass on more information when we get it.

Eastlake Community Council Meetings

Public meeting and slide talk featuring historian Paul Dorpat about Eastlake’s and Seattle’s past  Wed., March 22, 7 p.m. at TOPS-Seward School, 2500 Franklin Ave. E. The Eastlake Community Council welcomes back historian/documentarian Paul Dorpat about the past and changes in Eastlake, Lake Union, and Seattle.  His slide talks, presented with empathy, passion, and humor, offer unforgettable images and insights.  The author of many books, Dorpat also partners with Jean Sherrard on the long-running Seattle Times Pacific Magazine column with photos and commentary on the same place “now and then.”  They share a wonderful web site: click here.

Eastlake egg hunt and race  Sat., April 15 at Rogers Playfield, 2500 Eastlake Ave. Egg hunt begins at 11, and is followed by a fun run. Donations are welcome ($5 suggested, on-line athttp://eastlakeseattle.org). Volunteers are again needed to assist the Bunny in hiding eggs for kids to find. To help or if you have questions call 206-715-8762 or e-mail christyelton@gmail.com andinfo@eastlakeseattle.org. Sponsored by ECC.

 

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