LR2 | LR2 (M

)

Residential Urban Village

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CALIFORNIA AVE SW

å

WA
Y

SF 5000 |
LR1 (M1)

AVE

SW

SW GRAYSON ST

SW ADMIRAL WAY

LR2 |
LR2 (M)

¿

¿

¿

LR2 RC |
LR2 RC (M)

¿

¿

41ST AVE SW

BELVEDERE PARK
LR3 | LR3 (M)

NC3P-40 | NC3P-55 (M)

SF 5000 | NC2-40 (M1)

SW LANDER ST

T
COT
RES

NC2P-30 |
NC2P-40 (M)

42ND AVE SW

NC2P-40 | NC2P-55 (M)

LR2 | LR3 (M1)

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)
SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

49TH AVE SW

¿

ER

P

¿

¿

BELVIDERE AVE

SW
SF 5000 |
LR1 (M1)
LR3 | LR3 (M)

¿

SF 5000 | LR3 (M2)

MN

SW COLLEGE ST

¿

¿

SU

37TH AVE SW

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

46TH AVE SW

SW WALKER ST

SW

WALNUT AVE SW

CA
L
PL IFO
AC RN
E IA

45TH AVE SW

47TH AVE SW

48TH AVE SW

49TH AVE SW

BROOK AVE SW

48TH AVE SW

SW
AV
E
N
SE
T
SU

49TH AVE SW

50TH AVE SW

ARCH AVE SW

FE

RR
YA
VE
SW

44TH AVE SW

PALM
AVE
SW

)
(M
R3
|L
3
LR

50TH AVE SW

DUWAMISH HEAD
GREENBELT

¿

¿

)

SW HILL ST

¿

LR3 | LR3 (M)

(M

50TH AVE SW

5

Principle 3b:
Consider Lowrise (LR) ¿
¿
zones to help transition
¿
between commercial
and
single-family areas.

IL
RA

-7

¿
¿

¿

LR1 | LR1 (M)

IT

C3

SW COLLEGE ST

¿

|N

S

LK
A

65

E
EG INE
LL AV
CO ET R
E
TR

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

K

3-

Principle 1b:
Encourage small-scale,
family-friendly housing
options like cottages,
triplexes, and rowhouses.

R
PA

NC

SW WALKER ST

SW WAITE ST

SW

¿

SW HILL ST

SW PRINCE ST

SW

SW HOLGATE ST

¿

E
AV

¿
SW HOLGATE ST

ST

¿

RE
AC

A
N

BO

SE

SW

E
AV

R

D

¿

RIA
TO
VIC

IR

R
O
RB
A

SW MASSACHUSETTS ST

NC2-65 | NC2-75 (M)

H

LR3 | LR3 (M)

AL
K

¿

SW OLGA ST

FAIRMOUNT
PARK

Lafayette

SW LANDER ST

¿
¿

¿

å

West Seattle
High School

¿

¿
SW HANFORD ST

SW HANFORD ST
40TH AVE SW

41ST AVE SW

WALNUT AVE SW

¿

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

44TH AVE SW

47TH AVE SW

48TH AVE SW

49TH AVE SW

¿

37TH AVE SW

¿

36TH AVE SW

SW STEVENS ST

SW STEVENS ST

¿

BELVIDERE AVE SW

NC2P-40 | NC2P-55 (M)

¿

37TH AVE SW

SW FOREST ST

HIAWATHA PLAYFIELD

¿

38TH AVE SW

50TH AVE SW

Principle 5a:
Allow more housing options
near neighborhood assets like
parks and schools.

39TH AVE SW

¿

DRAFT ZONING
CHANGES
¿
¿¿
¿
¿
to implement Mandatory
Housing Affordability
(MHA)
¿

42ND AVE SW

¿

IT
RA
IL

M

R

SW SEATTLE ST

LR1 | LR1 (M)

|M

R

(M

)

Admiral
¿

HAMILTON
VIEWPOINT
PARK

SW HINDS ST

¿

å

¿
SW SPOKANE ST

¿

¿

zoning changes
Solid areas indicate
a typical increase
in zoning (usually
one story)
Hatched areas
indicate a larger
increase in zoning
or a change in
zone type.

MHA requirements

zone categories

residential proposal shown

(M)
(M1)
(M2)

zoning
change

affordable
homes

paymentin-lieu

typical zoning
increases

5-7%

$7-21

larger
increases
largest
increases

8-10%
9-11%

$11-30
$12-33

42ND AVE SW

Madison

LR3 RC | LR3 RC (M)

SW HINDS ST

LR2 | LR2 (M)

¿

Residential Small Lot (RSL)
Multifamily (LR/MR/HR)
Seattle Mixed (SM)

MHA does not apply

urban villages

Historic Preservation
Districts

Existing
boundary

Major Institutions

Proposed
boundary

Neighborhood Commercial (NC)

MHA applies only to noninstitutional uses

Commercial (C)

Industrial zones

Industrial Commercial (IC)

MHA zoning changes
Admiral

MHA applies only to commercial
uses in IC zones

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