Security Properties is moving forward with plans to redevelop the Magnolia Albertsons, which is proposed to be replaced with a 25,000-square-foot Safeway and 145 units of either apartments or condos above it.

The developer has launched a project website, and is holding a community meeting from 6:15-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at the Magnolia Library, according to the Magnolia Community Council.

Security Properties and Bumgardner Architects have met with MCC and the neighborhood chamber previously to discuss and gain support for the redevelopment.

Based on that feedback, the project could include limited short-term surface parking for Safeway customers — the project is proposed to have around 200 below-grade parking stalls — an outdoor plaza, Magnolia-inspired public art, and use smaller delivery trucks for the grocery store, according to the project website.

The project remains in a due diligence phase, and an Early Design Guidance package has yet to be submitted for review for 2550 32nd Ave. W.

Security Properties has developed a number of mixed-use housing projects above groceries, including above PCC Markets in Fremont and Columbia City, and On the Park apartment project on top of the Ballard QFC.

Albertsons Companies is being methodical about redeveloping its Safeway and Albertsons stores with its new urban concept design, targeting several at a time in each market.

An EDG meeting for the Safeway redevelopment in Queen Anne is set for Oct. 2.