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There is a hearing on the Point Wells bill Friday morning in the State House of Representatives! Please write your state representatives to let them know that limiting the residential density of Point Wells development is important to you!
www.saverichmondbeach.org sent out a great email with a list of our state representative and the house committee member's email addresses as well as some updates on the latest schedule for the bill. A sample letter of what you can write to lend your support is also included. Please visit saverichmondbeach's email, and write your own letter of support.
The owner of the Point Wells site wants to change the use of the property from its current use as a marine fuel distribution center and asphalt plant to an upscale development of condominiums, shops and restaurants. There is resistance in the surrounding city's and communities to the development project. The Seattle Times published the following article regarding the project on September 20th, 2010. Here is a link to the article.
There are two upcoming open houses being held by the company that owns property at the Point Wells development project near Richmond Beach. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the long-term future of the land and the planned development of the property.
The first open house will take place on July 27 at 6:30 PM at the Edmonds Conference Center. (201 Fourth Ave N. Edmonds, WA 98020). The property owner will be talking about their proposal for changes for the land. The owner wants to change the use of the property from its current use as a marine fuel distribution center and asphalt plant to an upscale development of condominiums, shops and restaurants.
There is resistance in the surrounding city's and communities to the development project. Some of the concerns with the development include:
- Significant traffic volume increase
- Mitigation of impacts (parks & open space, service delivery, transportation, etc.)
- Preservation of existing view corridors
- Scale and bulk of the planned development
The City of Shoreline, The City of Woodway, and Save Richmond Beach.org all submitted appeals to the Growth Management Hearings Board regarding the project.
www.saverichmondbeach.org has an excellent summary of the latest updates to the project and their concerns about it.
There will be a second open house on September 23rd at 6:30 PM the Shoreline Conference Center (18560 1st Ave NE Shoreline WA 98155)
In addition to pricing your home competitively in a tough sales market, staging is also imperative to help move a property. We've said it before, "It's a price war and beauty contest"!
In the seller resources section of our website, we have provided some brief "how to" videos to guide you in staging your home to sell.
Visit our Seller Tips page at http://www.chuckcady.com/sellers_tips.asp and select Staging Your Home to Sell!!