Fast Facts

As the design evolves for the Design Review Board Recommendation meeting, we will be posting more images and information. Below are project design highlights from Early Design Guidance deliberation.

  • Participation in the Living Building Pilot program with a 7-story building
  • Parking garage access along 32nd Avenue West
  • Garage parking with 75 (store) + 149 (residential) for a total of 224 stalls
  • Covered surface parking with18 stalls for ADA and short-term parking
  • Covered surface parking is adjacent public plaza and designed to be used for pop-ups and community festivals
  • Voluntary setback along 32nd Avenue creates a 3,500 square feet public plaza with lower and upper outdoor seating areas
  • Biophilic landscaping for the public plaza, 32nd Avenue West streetscape, and alley tree-lined terrace
  • Public art integrated into the design that is inspired by Magnolia
  • Commitment to using locally sourced and non-toxic building materials
  • Ecological education component as part of the Living Building Challenge
  • Greater diversity of housing by building new condominium homes
  • Voluntary building footprint and upper-level setbacks to reduce the massing along the alley
  • Voluntary building footprint and upper-level setbacks to reduce the massing along 32nd Avenue
  • Voluntary setbacks on the north and south property lines
  • 90-degree, enclosed and sound-dampening loading dock with a landscaped roof deck
  • Commitment to smaller delivery trucks to service the new, urban Safeway store