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October 17, 2019

Design review for Phinney Ridge units

Real Estate Editor

Rendering by Cone Architecture [enlarge]
The five-story building will have 25 apartments and a small commercial space.

An L-shaped corner site at 7006 Greenwood Ave. N. traded last year for $2.4 million. New owner Greenwood Collective LLC and Cone Architecture are proposing to redevelop the south, midblock portion of the property with a five-story, 25-unit apartment building.

The south project has a nonpublic administrative design review on Friday. The north project, on the corner of North 71st Street, is proceeding through design review separately. It's at 7020 Greenwood.

The 7006 Greenwood building will have a footprint of 4,100 square feet (about half the total property). The plan calls for 17 small apartments and eight small efficiency dwelling units (SEDUs). There will be no parking, but a bike room will have 25 stalls. About 560 square feet of commercial space is planned.

The south project will total about 16,400 square feet. Units will run from around 275 square feet to 548 square feet (the latter for a two-bedroom). A roof deck will have around 750 square feet.

The south building will replace the little blue house now used by A-1 Piano.

The north corner portion of the L-shape, where A-1 Piano's main store is located, will eventually give way to seven townhouses, also designed by Cone. They will have no parking, but will include bike storage in each unit.

Greenwood Collective is related to Northwest Contour, a local builder run by Kristian Nunnelee.


Brian Miller can be reached by email at brian.miller@djc.com or by phone at (206) 219-6517.

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