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March 27, 2024

Another 231 Woodinville units planned at Woodin Creek Village

Real Estate Editor

Rendering via Weidner Apartment Homes [enlarge]
This early rendering looks roughly west, with 135th at right.

Over the past decade, Weidner Apartment Homes and various architects have been developing Woodin Creek Village in phases.

The latest and likely final component, Phase VI, is to replace an old downtown Woodinville business park at 17311 135th Ave. N.E. That's directly north of Weidner's main mixed-use development to date, with its various shops and about 1,000 apartments.

Three old structures will be razed to make way for a new five-story, 231-unit apartment building, designed by Ankrom Moisan Architects. The nearly 3-acre plan also includes about 323 structured parking stalls (some reserved for shoppers), and some 10,500 square feet of retail/commercial space.

The city of Woodinville recently determined that Weidner's permit application is complete. The public comment period ends April 5. The city also expects to issue a SEPA determination of non-significance for the project. Weidner's latest development site is directly east across the street from City Hall, and near the separately developed Schoolhouse District.

Photo via Weidner Apartment Homes [enlarge]
Looking southeast at the buildings completed to date, the doomed business park peeks out at left (north).

The bulk of Weidner's development to date, spanning about 20 acres between Northeast 173rd and 171st streets, replaced the old Canterbury Square mobile home park, plus some land acquired from Molbak's Garden & Home. About a half dozen midrise buildings wrap around structured parking, with about 50,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space — and the signature Wine Walk. Individual buildings carry names like Brix, Chateau, Elevations, Summit and Vine.

No schedule has been announced for Phase VI, and there still appear to be retail and commercial tenants at the business park, aka Woodinville City Center. W.G. Clark Construction built the last two phases, as it may Phase VI.


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

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