PRCC Zoom Meeting Feb 2nd

posted Feb 2, 2021, 8:50 AM by PRCC Webmaster

JOIN COMMMUNITY MEETING VIA ZOOM  (sign on at 6:50pm)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86147874334?pwd=NDFWcmpFQ2YvVmg0cUltR2MzMXFCUT09 

Meeting ID: 861 4787 4334 
Passcode: 419008 
One tap mobile 
+12532158782,,86147874334#,,,,*419008# US (Tacoma) 
+13462487799,,86147874334#,,,,*419008# US (Houston) 


Discussion of Proposed Project  6817 Greenwood:             https://6817greenwoodaven.wordpress.com
(between Fini Condos and Woodland Park Presbyterian Church)
25  studio and 1 bedroom units.  Bicycle parking provided

Developer: Build Urban                                                          http://buildurban.com/about/
WE BELIEVE IN sustainability

At Build Urban we commit every day to designing and building environmentally friendly homes.  We look at site and water protection, energy efficiency, health and indoor air quality, and materials efficiency.  Building sustainable homes helps conserve natural resources, saves money on operating and home maintenance costs, creates healthier homes and habitat and reduces carbon footprints – by reducing energy and water usage and conserving resources, we can all have less impact on our planet.


Design Review of Living Building Program                           https://www.seattle.gov/sdci/permits/green-building/living-building-and-2030-challenge-pilots
SDCI team does review the living building pilot projects and there is no blanket approval. At this Eearly Design Guidance stage the information is very conceptual and enrollment in the pilot does not occur until a completed Master Use Permit (MUP) is made. During the MUP phase we have a formal sustainability review We work with International Living Futures Institute (the Living Building Challenge certification organization) and the development team to ensure the project is progressing towards the end goal. The attached document provides a summary of what we require to be shown on plans and what documents are required during the permit process.


Preliminary questions for Build Urban developers and architect?
Shadows from height of 62 ft height plus additional 15 ft height of elevator shaft
Location of elevator shaft which adds 15 additional feet of height
Are there other rooftop features that add height to the main building?
Setbacks of walls from adjacent buildings at ground level and above ground.
Noise from any recycling of processes
Note: that there is no parking required for buildings in this area.
Comments