138 Bellevue condos could break ground next spring
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138 Bellevue condos could break ground next spring

Rendering by MZA
In this view, looking north, the now separately owned Mira Flats is immediately behind Create World’s second planned building.

By BRIAN MILLER
Real Estate Editor

The second planned phase of a Bellevue condominium project, now dubbed Altaire, is showing some signs of progress at 10232 N.E. 10th St., a block north of Bellevue Square. The present corner retail plaza, now home to Papa John’s Pizza and others, hasn’t yet demolished. The city hasn’t issued all the necessary permits. Nor is there any indication that owner/developer Create World has begun pre-selling the 138 units in a planned 20-story tower.

However, Altaire received its SEPA determination of non-significance from the city last summer. And architect MZA says on its website that construction could begin in March of next year. Create World’s website now targets 2023 for completion. City records indicate that Andersen Construction will build the project.

See the full article at www.djc.com