Plans for a six-story apartment complex in Uptown are tentatively set to return before the West Design Review Board for a recommendation meeting on July 11.

The proposal for a 95-unit building with approximately 3,000 square feet of street-level commercial space at 417 2nd Ave. W. was given the go-ahead to move forward by the board during an early design guidance meeting last August. Parking for 57 vehicles and 36 bike stalls are also included in the plans. An existing four-plex building would be demolished to make way for the new development.

The meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at the Queen Anne Community Center (1901 1st Ave. W.), Room 1.

The site — sandwiched between a four-story office building and the under construction seven-story Zella Apartments — was included in last fall’s neighborhood rezone, boosting maximum building heights from 65 to 85 feet. Johnson Architects of Seattle is the design firm for the project, with the owner listed as Hycroft Investment, Inc. of Vancouver, B.C. in permits filed with the city.

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