65 Fremont units headed back to design review
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65 Fremont units headed back to design review

October 7, 2021

The street-level view looks north up Roosevelt Rendering by MZA
This perspective looks northwest at the planned building, which would replace an old commercial complex.

Real Estate Editor

Right on the line between Ballard and Fremont is an old corner commercial building at 106 N.W. 36th St. It last traded for about $3.3 million in 2014. Plans emerged about two years ago to redevelop with apartments; the plans came from EB-5 developer North America Asset Management Group, which appears to be partnering with the current property owner.

NAAMG and architect MZA are proposing a six-story, 65-unit project, which has its next design review on Nov. 1 — in what will likely be a virtual presentation. The plan includes about 4,766 square feet of retail/commercial space, and 23 structured parking stalls.

The team also includes D.R. Strong Consulting Engineers, civil; Karen Kiest Landscape Architects; Lund Opsahl, structural engineer; Robison Engineering, MEP; PanGeo, geotechnical engineer; and David Evans & Associates, surveyor.

See the full article at www.djc.com