Homestead Community Land Trust proposes to develop a 5-story mixed-use building with 19 permanently affordable homes, 6 market-rate homes, and 2 ground floor commercial/retail spaces, replacing the current building. This project will include 9 at-grade parking spaces. The homes are for-sale condominium flats. Bike parking, EV charging stations and a rooftop garden and gathering space are some of the amenities offered in the building. The permanently affordable homes will be sold to household with incomes at or below 80% of area median. These homes will be stewarded by Homestead Community Land Trust.
This project is subject to Administrative Design Review through the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI). For more information see:
SDCI Design Review Process: seattle.gov/sdci/about-us/who-we-are/design-review
Early Outreach for Design Review: seattle.gov/neighborhoods/outreach-and-engagement/design-review-for-early-outreach
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Project Address: 5819 Phinney Ave. N
Permit Numbers: 3038202-LU/6795815-CN
Owner: Homestead Community Land Trust
Zoning: NC2P-55 (M)
Urban Village: None
Frequent Transit: Yes
Lot Area: 8,500 SF
In Equity Area: No
Applicant: Homestead Community Land Trust
Type of building: 5-Story Type III A Wood Frame over concrete podium
Contact Person: David Baker
Contact Information: 5819Phinney@Homesteadclt.org
Join us October 4 at the Phinney Ridge Community Council Meeting, 7 p.m. to learn more and give your input. For details and zoom link see https://www.phinneyridgecc.org/
Homestead Community Land Trust is a non-profit affordable housing developer whose homes address housing and climate equity for lower-income families and households. We serve income-qualified households who make less than 80% of area median income. The median for-sale price of a home in the Phinney Ridge area is $978,000, which is unaffordable to middle-income families. Our income-restricted homes are priced between $240,000 and $300,000, which puts the dream of a starter home within reach.