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Zooming in: A look at the construction projects in your Seattle neighborhood

Zooming in: A look at the construction projects in your Seattle neighborhood
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By Hoodline - Published on October 30, 2019.

Wondering what buildings are coming down or going up in Seattle? Local building permit data can shine a light on what's under construction near you.

In the past week, the city issued 36 commercial and 107 residential building permits, according to data from the Seattle city government.

Twenty-three of those permits were for new building construction, 15 were for demolition projects and the remainder were for repairs and renovations.

Read on for a selection of the most noteworthy new permits.

Commercial Permits

Demolitions, Renovations and Repairs

  • A permit was issued for addition of a commercial structure costing $60,000 at 13200 Aurora Ave. N.
    The work is described as: "Change of use from medical services to general retail and sales services and construct tenant improvements to existing commercial building."

Residential Permits

New Construction

  • A permit was issued for new construction of a commercial structure costing $593,710 at 4727 49th Ave. NE.
    The permit defines the project's work scope as: "Establish use as and construct a single-family residence with attached garage, per plan."
  • The city issued a permit for new construction of a commercial structure costing $60,000 at 11036 Alton Ave. NE.
    The permit defines the project's work scope as: "Establish use as and construct new single family residence and detached accessory dwelling unit, per plan."
  • A permit was issued for new construction of a residential structure costing $599,136 at 2718 NE 90th St.
  • A permit was issued for new construction of a residential structure costing $557,620 at 728 W. Etruria St.
  • A permit was issued for new construction of a commercial structure costing $496,614 at 12004 22nd Ave. NE.
    The permit defines the project's work scope as: "Establish use as and construct single family residence, and detached accessory dwelling unit (dadu), per plan."
  • A permit was issued for new construction of a residential structure costing $476,600 at 6738 Fifth Ave. NW.
    The work is described as: "Construct new single family residence with portions of existing foundation to remain, per plan."
  • The city issued a permit for residential of a residential structure costing $589,658 at 58 W. Etruria St.
    In the permit, the work scope is described as: "Construct north three-unit townhouse, per plan. (establish use as townhouse and construct two three-unit townhouses, review and processing for two records under # 6711128-cn.)."
  • A permit was issued for new construction of a residential structure costing $579,383 at 56 W. Etruria St.
    The permit defines the project's work scope as: "Construct south three-unit townhouse, per plan."

This story was created automatically using local building data, then reviewed and augmented by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing.

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