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March 4, 2021

73 Columbia City apartments move closer to groundbreaking

Real Estate Editor

Rendering by Studio Meng Strazzara [enlarge]
Cyzner’s site is about a 10-minute walk east from Columbia City Station.

Pho Bo is not much longer for this world. The Columbia City Vietnamese restaurant will soon be removed, per the recently filed demolition plan at 3710 S. Angeline St. There, on the corner of Rainier Avenue South, owner Cyzner Properties is planning a new five-story, 73-unit apartment building.

Final permits appear to be close for the project, currently dubbed Angeline, which has passed through design review.

The team includes Studio Meng Strazzara, architect; Karen Kiest Landscape Architects; Yu & Trochalakis, structural engineer; Terrane, surveyor; PacLand, civil engineer; and Earth Solutions NW, geotechnical. Cyzner will apparently build the project.

Units will run from studios to two-bedrooms. Angeline will also have about 4,200 square feet of retail/commercial space facing Rainier in three bays. The garage entrance for two underground levels of parking, with 78 stalls, will be on Angeline. Seventy tenant bike stalls are planned.

Total project size, including the parking, is about 100,500 square feet. A roof deck will have about 2,200 square feet. A gym is also planned. The Mandatory Housing Affordability payment is calculated at about $985,000. Cyzner acquired the site about two years ago for almost $3 million.

Cyzner recently completed the 36-unit Point apartments on a triangular First Hill parcel, which it also built.


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

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