Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - stores; built works - dwellings - houses - apartment houses

Designers: Conner Homes (firm); Weber + Thompson, PLLC (firm); Peter David Greaves (architect); Scott E. Thompson (architect); Blaine Jeffrey Weber (architect)

Dates: constructed 2008

7 stories

California Avenue SW and SW Alaska Street
West Seattle, Seattle, WA 98116

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This large-scale project promised to give West Seattle a "downtown" retail center; it consisted of two large buildings, one 7 stories, the other, 4. The boundaries of the site were California Avenue, SW Alaska Street and 42nd Street SW. The project was planned to contain first-floor retail and upper-floor condominiums. In 08/2011, tenants of rental property on the southeast corner of Alaska Junction, got a letter from the developer, Charlie Conner, informing them that the project was going to be sold to another developer. Plans drawn up by the Seattle architecture firm, Weber + Thompson, would be included in the sale. At this time, construction was not expected to start until mid-2012 at the earliest.

PCAD id: 14464