Thanks for visiting our project website to learn more our proposal to replace a 1950’s grocery store with a new urban grocery store in the Magnolia Village. It will be the first project with a grocery store and six-stories of condominium homes above to pursue the Living Building Challenge within the West Coast and Pacific Northwest.
And we owe a lot of that precedent to the Magnolia community. We started meeting and talking about the site with community members in the Spring of 2019, resulting in a shared design journey.
Many of the building’s compelling features are outcomes of coffee conversations, community meetings, and neighbor engagement. Including the challenge to design a legacy building for the Village that prioritizes sustainability, models responsible development practices, and delivers a placemaking design.
To learn more about the Living Building Challenge, we encourage you to visit the International Living Future Institute. There are a few notable Seattle projects.
To learn more about our project, please peruse this site and if you still have questions, do not hesitate to email us on the Contact page form.
For a chronology of the Design Review proposals, click here for links on the City of Seattle’s website. You will need to enter the project number to reach the city of Seattle’s document portal for this project. The project number is: 3034348-EG.