Comments on SEDU Development

SDCI is accepting public comment for Administrative Design Review for 31 unit apt. building at 6555 Greenwood Ave. N. This will replace the existing fourplex.

Deadline is August 24, 2022. You are invited to offer comments regarding important site planning and design issues you believe should be addressed in the design of this project. Please note that the proposed design will likely evolve through the review process. These changes will be reflected in the Design Proposal documents included with other project documents found at Seattle Services Portal ( or Permits Search. Reference number is 3039689-EG

Submit all comments and requests to be made party of record to or City of Seattle – SDCI – PRC, 700 5th Avenue, Suite 2000, PO Box 34019, Seattle, WA 98124-4019

Record Number: 3039689-EG - Seattle Services Portal |

Seattle Comprehensive Plan SEPA Scoping Comments EXTENDED TO AUGUST 22, 2022

"Seattle is expected to continue to see significant housing and job growth. Regional planning policies require Seattle to plan for at least 169,500 new jobs and 112,000 new homes by 2044 "

Where will this housing be built and what type of housing? Read about the options under study to increase density in different ways.

More information on the EIS process and alternatives as well as materials related to the proposal may be reviewed on the project website:

Agencies, affected tribes, and members of the public are invited to comment on the scope of the EIS. You may comment on alternatives, mitigation measures, probable significant adverse impacts, and licenses or other approvals that may be required. The method and deadline for providing comments is as follows:

Comments may be submitted 3 ways: (1) on the Comprehensive Plan Update engagement platform at; (2) by email to; or (3) by letter to Brennon Staley Office of Planning and Community Development, P.O. Box 94788, Seattle, WA 98124-7088

31 unit SEDU project to replace fourplex at 6555 Greenwood

On June 21st interested neighbors met with the developer and his architect who confirmed this will be a 31 unit development with only small units (under 300 sf). No parking is required and none will be provided. Rents will average around $1500/month. The developer claimed that only 10% of the residents are likely to have cars. Conceptual plans will be posted on the SDCI site within a few week. The project is subject to SEPA (environmental review) and Administrative Design Review (no involvement by the NW Design Review Board). The public will be invited to comment on the design but there is no public meeting. . Below is link to report on community survey about the project