City Councilmember Rob Johnson invites everyone to see info about projects and details of upcoming land use changes at an Open House on Saturday, November 19th, 10 AM to noon.
For more than fifteen years now we have been hearing about urban villages and planning for more housing in Seattle, with Wedgwood never included in any “zoning maps” for greater density of buildings. Now the Mayor of Seattle and the City Council are proposing to bring the Housing Affordability and Livability plans into practice in the year 2017. This plan could include zoning regulations which would bring benefit to controlling what types of new buildings will come in along Wedgwood’s commercial district of 35th Ave NE.
A developer is making plans to replace the trailer park at 2101 NE 88th Street with a townhouse complex. The next step is a Design Review Board meeting on Monday, November 21st, at which plans will be presented.
Tuesday, September 27th was Demolition Day at 8038 35th Ave NE. The sixty-five-year-old building was in a group of similar structures built by Wedgwood’s original developer, Albert Balch, on that block.
According to workmen on the site on Monday, September 26th, demolition of the vacant building at 8038 35th Ave NE will take place on Tuesday, September 27th.
Lake City’s Future First project has brought a new zoning plan and there will be new developments built.
Wedgwood’s neighbor to the north, Lake City, has an alliance of businesses and community groups and they have launched a new webpage this week.
It has been almost ten years since an auto repair shop was demolished at 2418 NE 75th Street (corner of 25th Ave NE.) Environmental clean-up was done and now an application has been filed to build townhouses.
Around and near the Wedgwood area there have been demolitions of houses and commercial buildings in the past year, with more coming up in 2016.
Around northeast Seattle, Spring 2016 is construction season with some old buildings being torn down.