Proposed Residential Building Would Bring 42 More Homes to Green Lake
A little over 2 weeks ago, real estate company Flatiron Properties and design firm Johnston Architects went before the design review board to present plans for a four-story residential building at 442 NE Maple Leaf Place in Green Lake.
It was merely an early design guidance meeting, but the plans indicate a significant impact on the neighborhood. That’s because if the project is approved, the residential building would bring 42 more homes to Green Lake. According to the plans, the four-story building would have 42 units, 22 underground parking spaces and 14 bike stalls. The residential units would be small, in the range of 430-440 square feet, but a few would be larger at 556 and 708 square feet. The plans include a rooftop area and herb garden as amenities, plus a walking area around the building’s perimeter on the ground floor.
According to a Curbed Seattle report, “Developers hope to create a complete living experience that is walkable, transit-friendly, and desirable to a mix of tenants.”
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