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DRProposal3011923AgendaID3391

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Runberg Architecture Group, PLLC
Brian RunbergOne Yesler Way, Suite 200Seattle, WA 98104
Langer Properties
3216 NE 45th Pl. Suite 107Seattle, WA 98105
418 BELLEVUE AVENUE EAST WORKFORCE HOUSING
SITE
DR RECOMMENDATION MEETING • DPD #3011923
NOVEMBER 30, 2011
 Table o Contents:
Project History and Goals 2-3Land Use and Zoning 4Site Constraints and Opportunities 5Allowable Building Envelope 6-7In-Between Spaces/Sideyards 8Site Context 9Neighborhood Building Timeline 10-11Design Guidance 12Summary o Early Design Guidance 13Site Plan 14Plans 15Section 16Exterior Materials 17Elevations 18-21Vignettes 22-27Landscape 28-29Lighting 30-31Vehicle Access 32-33Response to EDG: Setbacks 34-35Departures 36-37Shadow Study 38Exterior Concept 39Modular Construction System 40
 
Langer Properties, Inc. • Runberg Architecture Group, PLLC
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PROJECT HISTORY
 The existing buildings on the site were demolished in 2006 or a proposed 3-story develop-ment o 8 townhouse units with underground parking accessed rom Bellevue Ave E. Thedesign was ully approved by the city but never constructed due to nancial constraints.Administrative Design Review: Jan 6, 2006Master Use Permit (MUP) Issued: Oct 3, 2006Building Permit (BP) reviews completed: Nov 16, 2006
Since the previous design, the city Land Use code has been revised to add additiondevelopment incentives or providing Afordable Workorce Housing (80% median income)within the city.
 The current proposed design is a 7-story multiamily residential building containing 48apartments and parking or 16 vehicles: 6 covered spaces accessed rom the alley and 10spaces in an underground garage accessed rom Bellevue Ave E. The project has agreed toprovide Aordable Housing and achieve LEED Silver certication in exchange or increaseddevelopment potential.Residential: 24,230 gs Common Amenity Space: 525 gs Circulation/ Service: 7,170 gs Parking: 4,100 gs  Total Building Area: 36,025 gs Exterior Amenity Space: 2,115 gs Early Design Guidance: May 4, 2011Master Use Permit (MUP) Submitted: Aug 16, 2011Design Review Recommendation: Nov 30, 2011 
PROJECT HISTORY AND GOALS
PREVIOUSLY APPROVED DESIGNCURRENT PROPOSED DESIGN
MAY 4, 2006NOVEMBER 30, 2011
 The site is zoned Midrise (MR) which encourages high density developmentwithin existing urban inrastructure.
 
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Design Review Recommendation • 418 Bellevue Avenue East • DPD Project: #3011923 • November 30, 2011
PROJECT GOALSCOMMUNITY : SUSTAINABILITY : VIBRANCY
1. To provide
afordable
rental units in the city’s most desirable neighborhood anddesignated
workorce housing
that will be rent-controlled or 50 years.2. To reduce the environmental ootprint o the building’s construction and useand help support the practice o 
sustainable
development.3. To create a
vibrant 
project that encourages a
 positive experience
betweentenants and the neighborhood.4. To help strengthen the high density, livable
community 
in Capitol Hill.5. To achieve an
economically easible
design that can be unded and built.
PROJECT HISTORY AND GOALS

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