18 West Seattle condos to replace stone-encrusted Alki cottage
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18 West Seattle condos to replace stone-encrusted Alki cottage

Rendering by Jensen Design Architects [enlarge]
The new project would replace four old houses.

By BRIAN MILLER
Real Estate Editor

The non-landmarked but locally beloved Alki icon “Rock House” (aka “Stone House”), at 1123 Harbor Ave. S.W., is slated to be relocated. West Seattle Blog recently reported that volunteers from the Alki Beach Rock House Association were cleaning and preparing the neighborhood favorite for a move next month or in January by Nickel Bros.

Meanwhile, owner Chainqui Development and Jensen Design Architects will have a virtual design review today for their seven-story, 18-condominium redevelopment plan. The 7,502-square-foot site, now with four old residences to be removed, was assembled early last year for almost $3.5 million.

The team also includes OAC Services, owner’s rep; BlueLine Group, civil engineer; Swenson Say Faget, structural engineer; Root of Design, landscape architect; Bush, Roed & Hitchings, surveyor; and MZA, interiors.

See the full article at www.djc.com

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The non-landmarked but locally beloved Alki icon “Rock House” (aka “Stone House”), at 1123 Harbor Ave. S.W., is slated to be relocated.