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October 28, 2016

Hotel, micro units near Capitol Hill rail station

Image courtesy of Clark Design Group [enlarge]

Developer Rod McClaskey and architect Clark Design Group have filed plans for a seven-story mixed-use building at 1818 Harvard Ave. that would combine a hotel and small apartments.

The site is one block west of the Capitol Hill light rail station and just north of a building at Seattle Central College.

McClaskey and partners acquired the site in 2012 for $1.9 million, using an LLC called Sola on Harvard. The same brand has been used for Sola 16 on Eastlake and Sola 24 on 12th Avenue.

As proposed, Sola on Harvard would have 70 hotel rooms on four floors (including the lobby level) and 42 small efficiency dwelling units (or SEDUs) on the top three floors. Underground parking would total 19 spaces.

A 12-unit apartment building constructed in 1959 is on the 8,960-square-foot site today.

The Sola group will present early plans for design review at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 9 in Seattle University's Stuart T. Rolfe Room, at 824 12th Ave.

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