Looks like one project, not two:
Below are the 12 inches added in between the “triplexes” after the DPD Director had already approved a single building as two separate projects.
How and why was this approved as two projects? It’s obscene the city participates in this gamesmanship just so the developer can avoid public notice, design review and SEPA.
For this project and others like it across Seattle, why isn’t anyone representing the community’s interests and enforcing public notice, design review and SEPA?