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September 11, 2017
SEATTLE — Land for new apartments is notoriously scarce on Capitol Hill, so there's a plan to redevelop a six-unit 1956 apartment building at 318 Bellevue Ave. E.
The two-story building has been owned for decades by the West family. West Freeman Properties, represented by Connor Freeman, is proposing a 30-unit apartment building with 10 parking spaces. Parking would be accessed from the alley to the east, as it is now.
The 4,800-square-foot midblock property is between East Harrison and East Thomas streets, and in a midrise zone so a six-story building is likely. The plan is for 18,000 square feet of residential area on a 2,640-square-foot footprint.
NK Architects filed the initial site plan on the owners' behalf. NK previously worked with West Freeman on View 222, at 222 Queen Anne Ave. N.
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