4800 40th Avenue SW

  • Aerial View of NW Corner
  • NW Corner from Street Level
  • Looking North on 40th Street
  • Aerial View of SE Corner

Project details

This project is located at the southeast corner of SW Edmunds St and 40th Avenue SW, close to the first major hub when entering West Seattle from the West Seattle Bridge. Situated at the southern edge of the West Seattle Junction, one of Seattle’s Hub Urban Villages, it has a lot area of 19,556 sf. The property is zoned NC3-40 (Neighborhood Commercial 3) with a 40’ height limit. This area has seen major development and increased density in recent years.

SW Edmunds Street, at the north property line, is an important pedestrian connector between the major thoroughfares of California Avenue and Fauntleroy Way SW. For this reason, it is important that the building establishes human scale elements, interest and activity along the street front. It also needs to serve as a transition between the business area to the north and the residential area to the south.

The proposed project contains 50-55 residential units located on 4 levels above grade and 3 Live-Work Units on the ground floor. The lobby, amenities, and nearly 9,000 sf of retail/commercial space are located on L1, with one-level of below grade parking to accommodate 50 vehicles.

Ample outdoor space will be provided with a landscaped roof deck, courtyard, and private patios, terraces and balconies on various levels of the building.

Location: Seattle, WA
Size: 75,112 sf
Cost: TBD
Completion: TBD

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