Lynnwood City Council supports 3,000 more apartments near light rail (Seattle Times): Council Member Shannon Sessions, who criticized the legislation months ago, supported it Monday, saying, “Voting no isn’t going to stop the growth."
254-Unit Cedar Crossing Opens in Roosevelt (The Registry): Bellwether Housing and Mercy Housing Northwest developed the building, near the Roosevelt light rail station. It will offer all income-restricted apartments, with some reserved for families of children receiving care at Children's Hospital.
244-Unit Multifamily Project in Roosevelt approved by Design Review Board (The Registry): The project, designed by Weinstein A +U for High Street Residential, includes a 1,250 square foot retail space at the ground level, coworking space and 161 parking spaces.
400-Unit Development in Belltown Asked to Return for 2nd Design Review Meeting (The Registry): The building includes 528 square feet of commercial space and 25 below-grade parking stalls with valet parking service. The volunteer board required the design team work further on "refining the adjacent alleyway and pedestrian access," as well as creating "a better correspondence between the project and the Belltown neighborhood design guidelines."
47% of Seattleites Work From Home, 2nd most in country (Seattle Times): Census data shows from 2019-2021, the number of Seattle workers who primarily worked from home increased nearly sixfold, from about 36,000 people to 205,000.