76 Fremont units head to design review
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76 Fremont units head to design review

Rendering by MZA [enlarge]
This view of the proposed apartments looks northeast.

Real Estate Editor

The corner at 106 N.W. 36th St. in Fremont, appears bound for redevelopment. North America Asset Management Group is the developer of record; it will either buy the property or partner with the current owner.

MZA is now designing the six-story, 66-unit plan, which will have its first design review on Jan. 11. That meeting is likely to be virtual, with a link for interested parties.

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

About 7,200 square feet of retail/commercial space is planned. Underground and structured parking, with 39 stalls, would be accessed from both First Avenue Northwest and the alley to the west. Total project size is listed at 75,554 square feet.

See the full article at www.djc.com