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627 Dayton St.: 3-story, 24-unit apartment complex planned

Same developer as 605 and 611 Main


Last updated 1/23/2022 at 5:22pm

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A developer has filed an application to tear down two structures next to the library for a 24-unit apartment building.

Glenn Safadago of GBH Holdings has filed an application to develop a three-story, 24-unit apartment complex at 627 Dayton St. The location is just west of the Edmonds Library's west parking lot.

Safadago, who lives in Edmonds, has already proposed...

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Reader Comments(5)

Dana Twight writes:

I'd like to suggest that any new design projects, environmental impact reviews, or park proposals mentioned by the Beacon editorial and news staff mention the path and permit numbers. This would help city residents more easily navigate the City of Edmonds website, learn details on their own and be more informed for letters to editor, neighborhood blog comments and to prepare public testimony. For example, for the proposed 24 unit building, the address of the location is 605-611 Main Street. The agenda item and Planning number are Phase 1 Public Hearing - 611 Main Street 24-Unit Apartment Building (PLN2021-0066). An active link to the Architectural Design Board page could easily be provided as well. https://edmondswa.gov/government/boards_and_commissions/architectural_design_board Dana Twight

Ann Christiansen writes:

Be active at the ADB meeting and contact the Planning Board to voice suggested changes to the zoning.

EditorE writes:

As of Jan. 18, the agenda has not been posted.

Lori Kunze writes:

Is this going to be on the Feb. 2 Architectural Design Board meeting? Do we need to pack that Zoom meeting too, like we did for the other proposed apartment building on Main St.?

Deborah Arthur writes:

My we are getting much new growth it seems. Are all of these soon to be 3 places for selling or for renting?? I am so confused. I am sure I am not the only one. I am surprised a bit but I don't know what to do to except see what happens I suppose. Maybe it will all be ok...


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