Visit our online open house through May 22 to learn about Northgate TOD effort

Thank you to those who attended our open house this past weekend for the Northgate Transit Oriented Development (TOD) project. We appreciate the nearly 300 community members and transit riders who took the time to learn about the project and share their thoughts with the team.

For those that were unable to attend, information presented at the meeting and the opportunity to provide feedback is available online through May 22 at NorthgateTOD.Participate.Online. Please visit and share your thoughts.

About the Northgate Transit Oriented  Development project

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 project will replace an existing surface parking lot and transit center with a residential, commercial, and retail development. A portion of the redevelopment is planned to open as soon as 2021 when the new bus and light rail station opens. This project will also provide an opportunity for new public benefits such as open space, pedestrian and bicycle paths, and affordable housing in this area.

Para solicitar esta información en español, sírvase llamar al 206-263-9988 o envíe un mensaje de correo electrónico a deanna.martin@kingcounty.gov.

If you have questions, please contact DeAnna Martin, King County Community Relations Planner, deanna.martin@kingcounty.gov or visit the project website kingcounty.gov/northgate.

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