The Lower Queen Anne/Uptown area continues to be redeveloped with newer, taller buildings for businesses, residents, and mixed-use. The address at 320 Queen Anne Ave N, where A&A Printing is currently located, is the next to go!
What is currently a two-story storefront where A&A Printing conducts its business will be demolished and replaced with a 7-story residential building. The design for the new building was done by NK Architects, the firm that designned several other residential buildings in the neighborhood: Aperture on Fifth, View 222, H20 Apartments, Stream Uptown, and also Galer 8 up on top of Queen Anne hill.
Although NK Architects has not published any plans or drawings as of yet, we do know that the building will include about 66 residential units and two units for the live-work lifestyle. There will be no underground parking, but four surface-level parking spaces will be added to the lot.
Learn more about this project in the Early Design Guidance meeting on Wednesday, June 29th. It will be held at the Queen Anne Community Center at 8 p.m., and is open to the public.
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