Edmonds City Council to Consider Harbor Square Redevelopment Plan

The plan calls for retail, commercial, office and public uses, as well as 350 residential units. Buildings would reach up to 55 feet in height.

The City of Edmonds planning board will be holding a work session on the Port of Edmonds’ request to incorporate the into the City of Edmonds comprehensive plan.

, which calls for retail, commercial, office, public uses and residential housing.

It will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 250 Fifth Ave N.

This planning board work session and all subsequent meetings regarding the Harbor Square master plan will be filmed and broadcast on Channel 21 beginning at 9 a.m. on the Saturday following the meeting.

The City of Edmonds has created a Web site to help inform citizens on the Port of master plan and as a means for citizens to follow the comprehensive plan amendment review process.

The site is linked from the Planning division’s page on the city’s Web site.

From the Web site:

The Harbor Square Master Plan submitted to the City for inclusion in the Comprehensive Plan envisions a mixed-use transit oriented development. The mixed use nature of the Master Plan will allow for retail, commercial, office, public uses and residential housing.

The SEPA checklist indicates a redeveloped Harbor Square consistent with the Master Plan could provide 340 to 358 residential units, 50,400 square feet of retail, 9,784 square feet of office, 123,410 square feet of recreational health club uses (including tennis courts), 3.8 acres of public open space and 1,091 spaces of off-street parking.

The Master Plan also envisions buildings up to 55 feet in height. Buildings of 35 feet are proposed for the SR-104/Dayton Street intersection while buildings of 45 feet are proposed along Dayton Street (with step back provisions for portions above 35 feet). Five story buildings (55 feet) would be located at the far southern edge of the site.

For questions, contact Kernen Lien.


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