I-35 on the Ballot (Seattle Times): in early 2023, voters will have their say on a ballot initiative that would establish a public development authority that would use government and philanthropic dollars to build new housing and take over existing properties to establish renter-governed housing, protected from rental market forces.
Carmel Partners' 293-unit apartment plans pass Early Design Guidance (The Registry): Neiman Taber is the architect; the project is on the block to the north of Cal Anderson Park in Capitol Hill.
Longwell planning 203-unit mass timber apartment building in Bel-Red (PSBJ): Clark Barnes is the architect. The building, called Amity Court, will enroll in King County's new C-PACER Program. The state Legislature last year authorized C-PACER, which allows commercial and multifamily buildings to secure low-cost financing from private lenders for water- and energy-efficient systems and other sustainable technologies.
Plan to redevelop Pacific Place Mall stalls (PSBJ): plans to build one to three towers — potentially residential, office and/or hotel — on top of the full-block property at 600 Pine St. appear to be on hold.
Greenwood Church site to add affordable housing (The Registry): Woodland Park United Methodist Church announced it would work with a developer to build ~75 rental apartments and several for-sale homes on its property in Greenwood.