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May 10, 2019
Facing Green Lake is a small 73-year-old, two-story office building occupied by Windermere Real Estate. The property was recently upzoned for construction up to 55 feet. It's part of a larger, recently assembled development site.
A new mixed-use plan has been filed for a long, skinny site with the address of 318 N.E. Maple Leaf Place. It's on the corner north of Super Jock ‘n' Jill (a Masonic Hall), and extends east to Woodlawn Avenue Northeast.
The plan, by KOArchitecture, is for a five-story building with 26 residential units and about 6,000 square feet of retail/commercial space in two bays. The garage entrance for one underground parking level, with 24 stalls, would be on Woodlawn. Total project size would be about 42,000 square feet.
The site totals 11,250 square feet. Two parcels, including the Windermere building, have long been owned by builder Byron Wetherholt, who runs Classic City Homes. The third parcel sold in January for $1.2 million to BP Woodlawn LLC, which is associated both with Wetherholt and Blueprint Capital.
The project hasn't yet entered design review. There's no indication yet as to whether it will be condominiums or rentals.
Besides Windermere, other tenants in the three-building complex include Wetherholt Salon & Spa and UBuildIt. All the old structures will be razed.
Brian Miller can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at (206) 219-6517.