New, ongoing feature: The NE Seattle Development Tracker page

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“Crane and Land,” water color by Kathleen Coyle. Photo taken in Grateful Bread (7001 35th Ave NE).

There’s SO MUCH happening in Northeast Seattle in terms of large developments, we’ve decided to stop writing individual posts about them and give them their own PAGE.

We hereby introduce you to: The NE Seattle Development Tracker page, accessible from anywhere on the Ravenna Blog via a new tab (just to the left of our Search box).

For each development project listed on the map, you can find the following information:

  • Address
  • Main project number and link
  • Current permit activity link
  • Department of Planning and Development (DPD) documents page link
  • Description of the project in its final form (# of stories, apartments, retail square-footage, etc.)
  • Northeast Design Review Board link (to past and future meetings)
  • Design proposal PDF link
  • Website of the new project

Not all of the above information will be available for every project — some are far newer than others — but we’ll add new info and links as the projects progress.


View NE Seattle large development tracker in a larger map

Curious about a project you don’t see on the map yet? Leave a comment below with the address of the project (or contact us here, via web form). We’ll do our best to find more information to add to the map.

Comments

  1. Thank you for making my life easier! Everything on one page! Now can you come to my house and do some organizing?

  2. Thank you for creating this great tool for our community. Now, we just have to ensure that the City provides notice of applications and permits for many of the developments that impact our neighborhoods.
    This web tool also provides everyone working on the need to increase classroom space to reduce the horrible overcrowding in out NE Seattle schools with a tool to point to for the School District which has failed to use City planning and permitting decisions in projecting student enrollment growth – while the City refuses to consider school capacity in its permitting and planning.

    • Thank you, Representative Pollet. A major goal of the map is to help neighbors learn about notices faster, and get informed about future changes to the area.

  3. I don’t see the Theodora on your map of “sites” but you probably know all about the pending sale by Volunteers of America and KUOW story http://kuow.org/post/real-estate-developer-responds-picketing-tenants

    Maybe my browser just doesn’t let me zero in on that address.

    • Yup, it’s on there: Over by the large Bryant Heights/old Children’s Home Society orange box near 65th and 35th.
      Not much to be known about the Theodora plans yet, but the sale itself warrants its own post. To be continued…

  4. Phil Duff says:

    800 NE 67th
    270 Residential units
    DPD #3014586

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