City issues Determination of Non-significance for Highway 99 housing project; public comment period closes May 8

great dealThe City of Lynnwood has issued a determination of non-significance for a proposed apartment complex project at 18626 Highway 99, on the southwest corner of 186th Pl. SW. and Highway 99.

A determination of nonsignificance or DNS means that a proposal is not likely to have significant adverse environmental impacts.

The applicant, TCG Investments of Edmonds, is proposing to construct a six-story, 304,204 square foot apartment complex in two structures with 231 residential units. The maximum height will be approximately 64 feet. The project will also include demolition of an existing former automobile shop. 326 parking stalls will be provided with 116 stalls located in a two level garage and 210 stalls at the surface.

The applicant proposes to provide associated landscaping and will construct outside gathering areas. Excavation of 37,517 cubic yards of material and 5,979 cubic yards of fill for grading will occur. Steep slopes and a wetland are located on-site which may require mitigation. If critical areas are determined on site the applicant will be required to comply with applicable local and state critical area regulations.

The public comment period closes Friday, May 8. Submit comments to the Lynnwood Community Development Department, 4114 198th St. SW, Suite 7, P.O. Box 5008, Lynnwood, WA 98046-5008. Contact Gloria Rivera, Senior Planner, 425-670-5409 or

The DNS can be appealed until May 22, 2015. Appeals must be in writing and must contain specific factual objections. Appeals should be sent to the Lynnwood City Council, 19100 44th Ave, W., P.O. Box 5008, Lynnwood, WA 98046-5008.

The project file is available for public review in the Community Development Department at 4114 198th St. SW., Suite 7, Lynnwood, WA., on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact: Gloria Rivera, Senior Planner at 425-670-5409 or at

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