Join us May 6 to learn more about the Transit Oriented Development planned at Northgate

King County and the City of Seattle are working together to redevelop King County’s property near the Northgate Mall and future Northgate Link Light Rail Station.

The four-block area bounded by First Avenue NE, Third Ave NE, NE 100th Street, and NE 103rd Street currently consists of a bus transit facility and surface parking.

This redevelopment will create affordable housing, as well as retail, and commercial space. The project will also provide an opportunity to develop public amenities, such as open space, in this area.

A portion of the redevelopment is planned to open as soon as 2021 when the new bus and light rail station opens.

County and City staff invite people to attend the project’s public open house on May 6 for an opportunity to learn more about the project and provide input on the future redevelopment.

May 6, 2017
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Hampton Inn & Suites
9550 First Ave NE, Seattle

Bus options: Take Metro bus routes 26, 40, 345, or 346 to First Avenue NE and NE 95th Street or routes 41, 67, 75, 347, and 348 to the Northgate Transit Center and go south a quarter mile on First Avenue NE. Plan your specific trip by visiting Metro’s Trip Planner.

To learn more, visit King County’s Northgate Transit Oriented Development website.

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