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Greenwood Fred Meyer – Zoning Discussion is Tonight

June 29th, 2010 · No Comments · Fred Meyer Greenwood

Join us and the City of Seattle tonight to discuss and hear your opinions on the zoning proposals surrounding the Fred Meyer Greenwood project. We’ll be reporting from the meeting to ensure the community has all of the diverse perspectives and flavor of this important meeting. The meeting will be held in the Fellowship Hall […]

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Fred Meyer and the Peat Bog Dilemma

March 12th, 2010 · No Comments · Fred Meyer, Fred Meyer Design, Fred Meyer Greenwood

What will the new Fred Meyer development do to Greenwood’s peat bog? That’s what Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development has to decide before they either let the project stand or order an additional environmental review. Over 50 concerned neighbors showed up to a public meeting at Loyal Height Community Center on Thursday night to […]

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Environmental Review for Fred Meyer’s Greenwood Expansion

March 11th, 2010 · No Comments · Development Projects, Fred Meyer, Fred Meyer Design, Fred Meyer Greenwood

Thursday, March 11 is the next public comment on the environmental impact of Fred Meyer’s Greenwood expansion. This is an important project for our community and many have voiced concern on the impact to the peat bog. Make sure to attend this meeting if possible and we’ll be sharing our coverage with the neighborhood. MEETING […]

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Fred Meyer Greenwood Expansion – March Public Review Scheduled

March 5th, 2010 · No Comments · Fred Meyer Greenwood, Phinney Ridge

Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD) is holding a public meeting to gather comments on the Fred Meyer project in the Town Center. This meeting is focused on information relating to soils and hydrology issues and to receive comment on other environmental issues. A geotechnical report has been submitted by the developer which identifies […]

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Upzoning in Greenwood: How it can impact your home’s value.

February 24th, 2010 · No Comments · Fred Meyer, Fred Meyer Design, Fred Meyer Greenwood, Greenwood, Phinney Ridge

Around 35 Greenwood neighbors showed up to the Greenwood Library on Tuesday night to discuss a new zoning proposal for the neighborhood’s urban core. Although the Greenwood Community Council has no power to change zoning on its own, it serves as liaison between Greenwood residents and the City Council. GCC president (and, currently, sole board […]

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Design Review Board approves plans for Greenwood Fred Meyer

September 29th, 2009 · No Comments · Development Projects, Fred Meyer, Fred Meyer Design, Fred Meyer Greenwood

Fred Meyer’s plan for a massive expansion of its Greenwood store got the stamp of approval from the Design Review Board at Ballard High School on Monday night. The Board heard a mixed bag of comments from around 100 neighborhood residents, but no overwhelming consensus about any particular design change the neighborhood would like to […]

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Fred Meyer Greenwood Design Survey Results

September 29th, 2009 · No Comments · Fred Meyer, Fred Meyer Design, Fred Meyer Greenwood, Phinney Ridge

As the Design Review Board approved the Fred Meyer Greenwood Design with comments from the audience, our survey showed the public roughly 57% supporting the project to 43% opposed. Some great comments from the survey are listed below: Survey Quotes: Why do I support the project? Because it has financial backing and will happen. GG.DDAG […]

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Fred Meyer Greenwood Development – Design Update

September 25th, 2009 · No Comments · Development Projects, Fred Meyer, Fred Meyer Design, Fred Meyer Greenwood

The Fred Meyer Greenwood development is one of the major stories of community interest to both the Greenwood, Phinney Ridge, and surrounding neighborhoods. Community feedback regarding pedestrian access, urban design, vehicle access, traffic, environmental protections, and handicap access have led discussion at extremely active previous community meetings. On behalf of Fred Meyer stores, we interviewed […]

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