Seritage concept rendering

Location: 2200 148th Ave NE (commonly referred to as the "Sears site”)
Project Phase: Under Review
Timeline: No completion date available at this time
Contact: David Lee, Senior Planner, 425-556-2462, dlee@redmond.gov

Seritage (also known as Heritage Place) is designed as a true mixed-use project with residential units, restaurants, stores, a market, and plazas and parks. Employment opportunities will be created through the available office space, retail stores, restaurants and the hotel. The mix of uses will allow for extended hours of operation on the site, which will create a vibrant, yet casual destination for visitors. Large areas of the site are being dedicated to public parks and open spaces. The buildings are also situated to maximize the sun exposure. Residential units are being included in the development to increase the number of housing choices and create a sense of community. The combination of residential uses and business uses in the village will reduce impacts on the natural environment. A storm water retention facility is already in the area, with the top currently being used as a parking lot. The applicant is proposing to turn the parking lot into a public park with landscaping and amenities that will undergo a separate public parks master planning process.

The proposal calls for the redevelopment of the approximately 13 acre site for a mixed-use development that includes:

  • 500 multifamily units
  • 210 room hotel
  • 100,100 square feet of street level retail space
  • 23,000 square feet of market/food retail space
  • 266,800 square feet of office space
  • 62,700 square feet of restaurant space
  • 2,245 stalls of underground parking
  • And approximately 2.1 acres of parks and open space


Follow-up to Neighborhood Meeting

Thank you to all who joined the Neighborhood Meeting on March 8, 2018.  Below are the main topics that came up during discussion, links to meeting materials and information regarding follow-up comments and questions received during the meeting.

Main Topics of discussion during the meeting:

  • Traffic Concerns
  • EIS: relevancy, process and participation
  • Affordable Housing

Meeting Slides    

Staff will be reviewing and drafting response over the next 30 days to all the questions discussed and all comment cards received at the meeting on March 8, 2018.  Please feel free to e-mail any additional feedback, questions, comments or concerns you have to dlee@redmond.gov


Updated Master Plan 3.28.18
March 8, 2018 Responses from Informational Meeting
January 23, 2018-City Council Memo
January 23, 2018 City-Council Presentation
Draft Transportation Study
Draft Master Plan
Development Agreement Matrix
Overlake Neighborhood Plan FEIS
1999 Overlake Neighborhood Plan EIS, part I
1999 Overlake Neighborhood Plan EIS, part II
2012 Addendum Planned Action Update
2010 Addendum Stormwater and Parks Plan
Ordinance 2025-1999 Planned Action Adoption
Ordinance 2493-2009 Planned Action Update
Ordinance 2685-2013 Planned Action Update
Updated Overlake EIS Addendum 1.16.18
Updated Master Plan 1.8.18
Updated Transportation Plan 1.8.18

Important Dates:

April 24, 2018-City Council Study Session
April 3, 2018-City Council Staff Report
March 8, 2018-Informational Meeting on Proposed Project
January 23, 2018-City Council Study Session
November 28, 2017-Neighborhood Meeting
November 16, 2017-Design Review Board
August 17, 2017-Neighborhood Meeting
August 3, 2017-Design Review Board





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