Point Wells neighbors say project will swamp area

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Seattle Times reporter Lynn Thompson attended the Point Wells open house on Thursday, September 23, and filed this story:

Frustrated residents of Shoreline and Woodway told the developer of a proposed mixed-use project at Point Wells that a dense residential development of condominiums in towers up to 17 stories high would overwhelm their roads and put public safety at risk.

About 200 community members attended an open house Thursday night sponsored by Blue Square Real Estate Point Wells, which has proposed dismantling and cleaning up the fuel-transfer operations at the site and building upscale condos, shops and restaurants on the 61 acres jutting into Puget Sound.

The rest of the story here.


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