Public meeting for proposed townhouses by Echo Lake

Monday, November 2, 2015

Developers who are planning to build four townhouses on an undeveloped site by Echo Lake are holding a public meeting on Tuesday, November 10, 2015, 7:30pm,  at the Shoreline Conference Center, 18560 - 1st Ave. NE, Shoreline, Alumni Room (south end of building).

Please come hear a presentation for a proposed development at 19512 Echo Lake Place, Shoreline, WA 98133. At this meeting we will discuss the specific details and solicit comments on the proposal from the neighborhood.

Proposal: Short Subdivision of +-12,350 SF undeveloped lot into 4 lots for single family attached townhomes in the R-48 zone. The subject site lies along the west shoreline of Echo Lake with the east property line being the edge of the lake/wetland. Buffer enhancement to reduce the buffer width to 75’ is proposed in order to provide sufficient usable area to construct the proposed townhomes.

All townhomes will be constructed with two car tandem garages along with roof-top decks and rear-yard balconies. In addition, each townhome lot will provide a rear yard suitable for private outdoor recreation and cooking. Additional passive recreation including a soft-surfaced 6’ wide pedestrian only path to the lake shore along with a small picnic area adjacent to the lake is proposed.

The total developed area will be approximately 7,400 SF with lot sizes ranging from 1,120 SF to 1,680 SF.

Required Permits: Preliminary Short Plat; Shoreline Permit; Clearing and Grading; National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit (NPDES); Final Short Plat; Building Permit

Centurion Development Services, Attn: Michael J. Romano, 425-896-8392


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