Chandler's Cove: Early Community Outreach


Vulcan Real Estate aims to collect early community input for new construction of commercial buildings at 809 Fairview Ave. N. and 901 Fairview Ave. N. otherwise collectively known as Chandler’s Cove.

Proposal Summary 809

Fairview The proposed project consists of a new two story building that will be approximately 50,000 SF that will replace an existing two story building that will be demolished.

901 Fairview

The proposed project consists of a new one story, approximately 30,000 SF building that will replace an existing one story building that will be demolished; and a substantial renovation of an existing two story building on site resulting in approximately 30,000 SF building. An existing parking structure will remain.

Join us for a guided community site walk!

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 from 3-4pm

Meet at 809 Fairview in the Daniel’s Broiler parking lot or take an online survey to provide your input

Any information collected may be made public through the City of Seattle

South Lake Union Community Council Upcoming Elections & May 7 th Meeting Reminder

On June 4, 2019, the South Lake union Community Council will be holding our annual elections. We have three open Board Seats and are looking for interested candidates. In order to be eligible to run for a board position, candidates need to have attended 2 council meetings in the last 12 months (including the June Election meeting). If you are interested in running for a board position, please send a letter of interest to, and be sure to attend our May 7th Community Council Meeting at 415 Westlake Ave N starting at 5pm.

South Lake Union Community Council Meeting - Tuesday, May 7 th @ 415 Westlake

Tuesday, April 2nd, SLUCC will be having our monthly community council meeting. This month we will be meeting at 415 Westlake Ave N, starting at 5pm.

Our presentation for May is from Ben Anderstone. He is sharing a presentation on voting trends and data in the Pacific Northwest, including information on our South Lake Union community. He comes to us through Progressive Strategies NW, a full-service political consulting firm specializing in targeting, messaging and voter communications.

The Community Council will have updates from our standing committees, recapping what the council has been up to this last month, including updates on Park Activation, Policy and Planning, Transportation, and Design Review.

Please join us Tuesday, May 7th at 415 Westlake starting at 5pm!

Neighborhood Street Fund | Vote Now!

The voting phase for Neighborhood Street Fund 2019-2021 cycle is now open!

We received over 300 project ideas in our application phase, followed by community prioritization to help narrow the projects. Now, we are calling on you to vote for the projects your community needs most now through May 5, 2019. Your vote will determine which projects in your district move forward for final selection by the move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee.

How to vote:

  *   Online
  *   At your nearest Seattle Public Library branch
  *   At a pop-up event near (schedule below)

     *   Monday, April 22 3:00 – 6:00 PM at Grocery Outlet (13201 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
     *   Tuesday, April 23 3:00 – 6:00 PM at Safeway (9262 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98188
     *   Wednesday, April 24 3:00 – 6:00 PM at Safeway (9620 28th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126

Tips for Voting:

  *   Voting is open to anyone age 11 and up who lives, works, goes to school, worships, receives services, volunteers, or is part of a program in the City of Seattle.
  *   Each Voter may cast one ballot per City Council district and may choose up to five (5) projects per district. If you mark more than 5 projects, your vote will not be counted.
  *   Do your research: learn about each project at
  *   Remind your friends and family to vote

Thank you for your continued interest in the NSF Program. We look forward to your participation!


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SLU Seniors Invite District #7 Council Candidates to Speak/Listen

April 3, 2019




For more information contact: 

Bob Nale, Chair - Bart Harvey Resident Council   206.229.3116 (voice/text)


SLU Seniors Invite District #7 Council Candidates to Speak/Listen

All nine candidates running for City of Seattle City Council District #7 seat vacated my Sally Bagshaw, have been invited to speak / listen to the concerns of senior activists residing in the South Lake Union neighborhood.

Located at 430 Minor Ave N. the Bart Harvey apartments are home to 49 seniors, including disabled and non-English speaking residents. The Bart Harvey Resident Council recently voted unanimously to invite all candidates to visit. Each candidate has been contacted and provided scheduling options with some candidates scheduling immediately. Other SLU neighbors and organizations are also being invited to attend.

Just north of downtown Seattle lies the South Lake Union Cascade neighborhood – bordering the I-5 corridor from Denny to Mercer. Once  known as the laundry district, the Cascade neighborhood has surged in recent years with dense business and residential property development, replacing historic dwellings with high-rise buildings. Market rents have exploded. Parking is nearly impossible. But the primary concern for the residents of Bart Harvey senior apartments is their personal safely.


Activist residents of Bart Harvey senior apartments have successfully worked with the City of Seattle to remove an abandoned house in their block that was being occupied by drug dealers. Residents also petitioned City Council for 6 new street lights that were installed last year and will be activated soon. Residents also organized a neighborhood Block Watch Program with Seattle Police Department.


Public safety remains the primary concern for the senior residents of Bart Harvey apartments and will surely be a topic of discussion with the candidates.  Residents hope to determine which candidates will get their votes and contributions, and which candidates will speak on their behalf to local government. 

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PUBLISHERS NOTE: There is limited seating as the space will accommodate 50 max. If you would like to attend please RSVP by email and indicate which Saturday afternoon you prefer – 2PM on Saturday April 20th or 27th .