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INT

ERU

Residential Urban Village

DRAFT ZONING CHANGES


to implement Mandatory Housing
Affordability (MHA) requirements
LR2 | LR2 (M)

RBA
N TR
AIL

NC3-40 | NC3-55 (M)

AuroraLicton Springs
NC3-65 |
NC3-75 (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

N 112TH ST

NC3-85 |
NC3-95 (M)

BURKE AVE N

GA
TE
NO
RT
H
N

LR3 | LR3 (M)

N 105TH ST

NC3P-40 | NC3P-55 (M)

N 101ST ST

DENSMORE AVE N

SF 5000 |
LR2 (M1)

STONE AVE N

N 102ND ST

ASHWORTH AVE N

N 103RD ST

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

N 103RD ST

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

MR-85 | MR-85 (M)

NC3-85 | NC3-95 (M)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

LR2 |
LR2 RC (M)

INTERLAKE AVE N

SF 5000 |
LR2 RC (M1)

MERIDIAN AVE N

MR | MR (M)

W
AY

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

N 104TH ST

FREMONT AVE N

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

MIDVALE AVE N

LR2 | LR2 (M)

C1-40 | NC3-55 (M1)

N 107TH ST

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

N 105TH ST

C2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

N 107TH ST

NC1-30 | NC1-40 (M)

NORTHGATE URBAN CENTER

N 109TH ST

WHITMAN AVE N

NORTH PARK AVE N

EVANSTON AVE N

PHINNEY AVE N

DAYTON AVE N

N 110TH ST

C1-40 |
C1-55 (M)

NC3-65 |
NC3-75 (M)

NC3-40 |
NC3-55 (M)

N 110TH ST

MR-85 | MR-85 (M)

Principle 1b:
Encourage small-scale, familyfriendly housing, such as cottages,
duplexes, and rowhouses.

Principle 8a:
Neighborhood Commercial zoning
supports local priorities for
pedestrian-oriented urban design.

LR2 | LR2 (M)

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

NC3-40 | NC3-55 (M)


LR3 | LR3 (M)
NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

N 85TH ST

LR2 | LR2 (M)

N 84TH ST

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

Solid zones have a


typical increase in
development capacity
Hatched zones have
a larger increase in
development capacity or
change in zone type.

MHA requirements

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

(M)

MHA requirements apply for a


typical increase in capacity

(M1)

Higher MHA requirements apply for


a larger increase in capacity

(M2)

Highest MHA requirements apply


for the largest increases in capacity

zone categories
Residential Small Lot (RSL)
Multifamily (LR/MR/HR)
Neighborhood Commercial (NC)
Commercial (C)

N 87TH ST

N 86TH ST

Bishop Blanchet
High School

exempt areas

N 89TH ST

MHA zoning changes


AuroraLicton Springs

C1-40 | C1-55 (M)

zoning changes

N 90TH ST

N 88TH ST

BURKE AVE N

N 86TH ST

MERIDIAN AVE N

N 90TH ST

WALLINGFORD AVE N

STONE AVE N

MIDVALE AVE N

N 87TH ST

LR2 | LR2 (M)

NESBIT AVE N

C1-65 | NC3-75 (M)

N 88TH ST

C1-40 | NC3-75 (M1)

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

Greenwood
Park

N 92ND ST

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

N 90TH ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)

GREENWOODPHINNEY RIDGE URBAN VILLAGE


NC3P-40 |
NC3P-55 (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

NC2P-40 |
NC2P-55 (M)

NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

N 90TH ST

N 89TH ST

N 95TH ST

Cascadia Elementary School and


Robert Eagle Staff Middle School

N 91ST ST

NC2P-40 |
NC2P-55 (M)

ASHWORTH AVE N
N 92ND ST

LR1 | LR1 (M)

N 92ND ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)

North
Seattle
College

Principle 5a:
More housing near neighborhood
assets like parks and schools.

Licton
Springs
Park

WOODLAWN AVE N

LR1 | LR1 (M)

AURORA AVE N

N 94TH ST

INTERLAKE AVE N

LR2 | LR2 (M)

C2-65 | NC3-75 (M)

LINDEN AVE N

N 95TH ST

SF 5000 |
LR2 (M1)

INTERLAKE AVE N

N 96TH ST
SF 5000 | RSL (M)

ASHWORTH AVE N

EVANSTON AVE N

DAYTON AVE N

PHINNEY AVE N

N 97TH ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)

COLLEGE WAY N

N 98TH ST

WALLINGFORD AVE N

Principle 3b:
Transitions between commercial
and single-family areas.

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

N 100TH ST

urban villages

Historic Preservation
District

Existing boundary

Major Institution
Overlay

Proposed boundary

Yesler Terrace Master


Planned Community

Seattle 2035
10-minute walkshed

First HillCapitol Hill


LR1 | LR1 (M)

Volunteer
Park

LR2 | LR2 (M)

AV
E

LR1 | LR1 (M)

IR
VI
EW

LR2 | (no MHA)

HARVARD-BELMONT
LANDMARK DISTRICT

LR1 | (no MHA)


LR3 | (no MHA)
LR1 | LR1 (M)

NC1-30 | NC1-40 (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

LR3 | (no MHA)

11TH AVE

M)

14TH AVE

|N

M)
0(

5T

5| )
3-8 5 (M
NC 3-9
C
N

E
AV

HR | HR (M)

5| )
3-6 5 (M
NC 3-7
NC

H
MR
R
|M

Solid zones have a


typical increase in
development capacity
Hatched zones have
a larger increase in
development capacity or
change in zone type.

19TH AVE

E JEFFERSON ST

NC3-65 |
NC3-75 (M)

E
AV

NC2-65 |
NC2-75 (M)

5TH AVE S

4TH AVE S

NC3-65 |
NC3-75 (M)

zoning changes

NC1-30 |
NC1-40 (M)

NC3P-65 |
NC3P-75 (M)

MR | MR (M)

(M

VE
DA

2N

M
LU
T
O
C
YS
R
ER
CH
T
SS
E
M
JA

PIONEER SQUARE
PRESERVATION
DISTRICT

NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

E CHERRY ST

NC3-65 |
NC3-75 (M)

ST

9T

E
AV

A
BI

NC3P-40 |
NC3P-55 (M)

NC3-65 |
NC3-75 (M)

4T

ST
NG
I
R
SP
ST
N
SO
DI
A
M

-17

C3

SE

LR3 | LR3 (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

60

C
NE

Major Institution
Overlay

23RD AVE

NC

LR2 | LR2 (M)

LR1 | LR1 (M)

3-1
NC

T
AS

0|

-16

3P

NC

LR3 | LR3 (M)

NC2P-40 | NC2P-55 (M)

E
AV

M)

0(

17
P-

NC1-30 |
NC1-40 (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

12TH AVE

LR1 |
LR1 (M)

LR1 | LR1 (M)

NC3P-85 |
NC3P-95 (M)

RE

BO
E
AV

ER

E UNION ST

0(

-17

P
C3

8T

T
YS

0|

16

P-

3
NC

T
SI

V
NI

HR | HR (M)

ST

DI

A
EM

|
60 )
3-1 0 (M
NC 3-17
NC

BROADWAY

E
AV
ON

I
UN

ST

|
UD (M)
-P
HR -PUD
HR

3-6

NC

N
SO

C
|N

M)

5(

3-7

NC3P-40 | NC3P-55 (M)

E PIKE ST

NC3-85 |
NC3-95 (M)

Downtown
Urban
Center

LR3 PUD | LR3 PUD (M)

NC3P-65 | NC3P-75 (M)

MR | MR (M)

T
ES

MadisonMiller
Urban Village

LR3 | LR3 (M)

E PINE ST

PI

K
PI

NC2P-40 | NC2P-55 (M)

NC3-40 | NC3-75 (M1)

NC3P-40 |
NC3P-75 (M1)

MR | MR (M)

NC3P-65 |
NC3P-75 (M)

E
AV

6T

ST
E
N

NC3-40 | NC3-55 (M)

NC3-65 | NC3-75 (M)

ST
L
EL
OW

E JOHN ST

LR3 RC |
LR3 RC (M)

LR3 | MR (M1)

NC3-65 |
NC3-75 (M)

9T

AV

E JOHN ST

NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

NC3-40 | NC3-75 (M1)

AY
EW

VI

ST
EW
A

RG
I

RT

IA

ST

ST

E DENNY WAY

LR3 | LR3 (M)

NC2-40 |
NC2-55 (M)

MR-RC |
MR-RC (M)

NC3P-65 | NC3P-75 (M)


NC3-65 | NC3-75 (M)

NC3-65 |
NC3-75 (M)

12TH AVE E

NC3-40 | NC3-75 (M1)


MR | MR (M)

NC3-65 | NC3-75 (M)

NC3P-40 | (no MHA)

NC3P-40 | NC3P-75 (M1)

South Lake
Union Urban
Center

Under current rules for


this hatched NC-40 area,
the height limit is 65 feet if
residential uses occur above
40 feet (SMC 23.47A.012).

7T

E ALOHA ST

LR2 | LR2 (M)

REPUBLICAN ST

I
OL

NC1-40 | NC1-55 (M)

NC1-40 |
NC1-55 (M)

BELLEVUE AVE E

FAIRVIEW AVE N

MERCER ST

MR | MR (M)

MR-RC |
MR-RC (M)

VALLEY ST

Principle 5a:
More housing options near transit.

NC1-40 |
NC1-55 (M)

23RD AVE E

EASTLAKE AVE E

FA

C2-40 | C2-55 (M)

LR3 | (no MHA)

15TH AVE E

LR3 | (no MHA)

Principle 4a:
In designated historic
districts, do not make
zoning changes.

24TH AVE E

LR3 | LR3 (M)

EASTLA
KE URBA
N

Urban Center

DRAFT ZONING CHANGES


to implement Mandatory Housing
Affordability E(MHA)
requirements
GALER ST

C1-65 | C1-75 (M)

19TH AVE E

VILLAGE

LR1 | LR1 (M)

C1-40 | C1-55 (M)

23rd & Union


Jackson Urban
Village

C2-65 |
C2-75 (M)

YESLER WAY
Yesler Terrace
Master Planned
Community

E YESLER WAY

LR3 |
LR3 (M)

NC3-65 | NC3-75 (M)

MHA zoning changes


First HillCapitol Hill

NC2-65 | NC2-75 (M)

INTERNATIONAL
DISTRICT
SPECIAL REVIEW
DISTRICT

MHA requirements

!
(M) MHArequirements apply for a
typical increase in capacity

(M1)

Higher MHA requirements apply for


a larger increase in capacity

(M2)

Highest MHA requirements apply


for the largest increases in capacity

NC2P-65 |
NC2P-75 (M)

S JACKSON ST
zone categories
Residential Small Lot (RSL)
Multifamily (LR/MR/HR)
Neighborhood Commercial (NC)
Commercial (C)

exempt areas

urban villages

Historic Preservation
District

Existing boundary

Major Institution
Overlay

Proposed boundary

Yesler Terrace Master


Planned Community

Seattle 2035
10-minute walkshed

DRAFT ZONING CHANGES


to implement Mandatory Housing
Affordability (MHA) requirements
14TH AVE NW

MARY AVE NW

NW 97TH ST

15TH AVE NW

Residential Urban Village

13TH AVE NW

Crown Hill
NW 98TH ST

NW 97TH ST

LR1 | LR1 (M)

NW 96TH ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)

NW 95TH ST

20TH AVE NW

Crown
Hill
Park

LM

HO

SF 5000 |
NC2P-75 (M2)

NW 92ND ST

DIBBLE AVE NW

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

Whitman
Middle
School

AN

NW

11TH AVE NW

SF 5000 |
RSL (M)

RD

9TH AVE NW

NW 94TH ST

NW 93RD ST

LR2 | LR2 (M)

17TH AVE NW

18TH AVE NW

19TH AVE NW

NW 96TH ST

NW 92ND ST

LR2 | LR2 (M)

NW 92ND ST

Principle 8a:
NC zoning and additional height
creates an opportunity for a mixeduse heart for the neighborhood.

Soundview
Playfield

NW 90TH ST
LR2 | LR2 (M)

SF 5000 | NC3-75 (M2)


LR3 | NC3P-75 (M1)

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

NW 88TH ST

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

NW 87TH ST
SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

NC2-40 |
NC2P-75 (M1)

NC2P-40 |
NC2P-75 (M1)

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

LR3 RC | LR3 RC (M)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

NW 85TH ST

NC1-40 | NC1-55 (M)

LR2 RC | LR3 (M)

LR1 | LR1 (M)

LR2 RC | LR3 (M)

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

SF 5000 |
LR2 (M1)

NW 83RD ST
NW 83RD ST

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

SF 5000 | NC2-55 (M2)

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

Principle 6c:
Development in expansion areas
should be compatible in scale with
existing neighborhood context.

NW 80TH ST

NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

21ST AVE NW

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

Principle 6a:
Implement urban village expansions
using 10-minute walksheds from
frequent transit.

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

NC2P-40 |
NC2P-55 (M)

zoning changes
Solid zones have a
typical increase in
development capacity
Hatched zones have
a larger increase in
development capacity or
change in zone type.

MHA requirements

(M)

MHA requirements apply for a


typical increase in capacity

(M1)

Higher MHA requirements apply for


a larger increase in capacity

(M2)

Highest MHA requirements apply


for the largest increases in capacity

zone categories
Residential Small Lot (RSL)
Multifamily (LR/MR/HR)
Neighborhood Commercial (NC)
Commercial (C)

exempt areas

10TH AVE NW

11TH AVE NW

12TH AVE NW

13TH AVE NW

MARY AVE NW

NC2-40 |
NC2-55 (M)

14TH AVE NW

NW 75TH ST

NC2P-40 | NC2P-55 (M)

17TH AVE NW

18TH AVE NW

19TH AVE NW

Loyal Heights
Playfield

20TH AVE NW

22ND AVE NW

NW 77TH ST

MHA zoning changes


Crown Hill

urban villages

Historic Preservation
District

Existing boundary

Major Institution
Overlay

Proposed boundary

Yesler Terrace Master


Planned Community

Seattle 2035
10-minute walkshed

8TH AVE NW

15TH AVE NW

LR2 RC |
LR2 RC (M)

NC2-40 | NC2P-55 (M)

16TH AVE NW

SF 5000 | NC2-55 (M2)

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

NC3P-40 | NC3P-75 (M1)

SF 5000 | NC3P-75 (M2)

NW 87TH ST

SF 5000 | NC3P-75 (M2)

LR1 | LR1 (M)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

Principle 3a:
Zone full blocks instead
of partial blocks to soften
transitions.

Crown Hill
Cemetery

C1-30 |
NC3P-75
(M1)

NW 86TH ST

NW 90TH ST

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

LR2 RC |
NC2-55 (M1)

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

22ND AVE NW

23RD AVE NW

Principle 6b:
Local input suggests not expanding the
urban village further west, where fewer
services and amenities exist.

Principle 1b:
Encourage small-scale, familyfriendly housing, such as cottages,
duplexes, and rowhouses.

C1-40 |
NC2P-75 (M1)

NW 89TH ST

LR1 | LR1 (M)

42ND AVE S

(M)

DRAFT ZONING CHANGES


to implement Mandatory Housing
Affordability (MHA) requirements

S DAWSON ST

Residential Urban Village


SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

SF 5000 | RS

L (M)

S BENNETT ST

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

S BRANDON ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)


LR2 | LR2 (M)

S BRANDON ST

S LUCILE ST

S JUNEAU ST

S JUNEAU ST

C1-40 |
NC2-55 (M)

MR | MR (M)

Brighton
Playfield

LR3 | LR3 (M)

48TH AVE S

NC2-40 |
NC2-55 (M)

Principle 3b:
Consider using lowrise zones to
S MEAD ST
transition between commercial
and single-family areas.

C1-40 (0.75) |
NC1-55 (M)

S MEAD ST

S ORCAS ST

NC2-40 |
NC2-55 (M)

SF 5000 |
LR1 (M1)

S FINDLAY ST

NC2P-40 | NC2P-55 (M)

C1-40 | C1-55 (M)

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

NC2-40 |
NC2-55 (M)

S KENNY ST

S SPENCER ST

Aki Kurose
Middle School

40TH AVE S

LR2 | LR2 (M)

NC3-65 (2.0) | NC3-75 (M)

(M

5
3P-9

NC3P-65 | NC3P-75 (M)

NC3-65 |
NC3-75 (M)

S ORCHARD ST
SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

(M)

N AVE

(M2)

Highest MHA requirements apply


for the largest increases in capacity

zone categories
Residential Small Lot (RSL)
Multifamily (LR/MR/HR)
Neighborhood Commercial (NC)
Commercial (C)

exempt areas

NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

urban villages

Historic Preservation
District

Existing boundary

Major Institution
Overlay

Proposed boundary

Yesler Terrace Master


Planned Community

Seattle 2035
10-minute walkshed

49TH AVE S

48TH AVE S

46TH AVE S

44TH PL S

36TH AVE S

34TH AVE S

Higher MHA requirements apply for


a larger increase in capacity

S KENYON ST

(M1)

LR3 RC | LR3 RC (M)

37TH AVE S

NC1-30 |
NC1-40 (M)

RENTO

39TH AVE S

M)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

Given the high risk of displacement


S CHICAG
ST
in Othello, the draft
zoningOmap
shows mostly LR1 and RSL in the
expansion area.

LR3 | LR3 (M)

L(

RS

40TH AVE S

0|
500

S HOLDEN ST

NC2-40 |
NC2-55 (M)

SF

Hatched zones have


a larger increase in
development capacity or
change in zone type.

MHA requirements apply for a


typical increase in capacity

46TH AVE S

S
RY RD
MILITA

S HOLDEN ST

45TH AVE S

AV

35TH AVE S

S WEBSTER ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)


NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

CO
A
BE

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

S FONTANELLE ST

S MONROE ST

(M)

S GARDEN ST

NC3P-85 (1.3) |
NC3P-95 (M)

S BOZEMAN ST

MHA requirements

NC3-40 | NC3-55 (M)

S MYRTLE ST

LR2 | LR2 (M)

S KENYON ST

Solid zones have a


typical increase in
development capacity

46TH AVE S

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

LR3 RC |
LR3 RC (M)

-4

C1

RS

|N

33RD AVE S

S FRONTENAC ST

S HOLLY PARK DR

S HOLDEN ST

S CHICAGO ST

S WILLOW ST

LR3 RC | LR3 RC (M)

S AUSTIN ST

S PORTLAND ST

49TH AVE S

38TH AVE S

35TH PL S

SF 5000 |
LR3 (M2)

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)


Martin Luther
King, Jr.
Elementary School

S OTHELLO ST

NC2P-40 | NC2P-55 (M)

S WEBSTER ST
30TH AVE S

S BRIGHTON ST

C
AY S 5 (5.75) | N
JR W NC3P-8

KD

30

Principle 5a (more housing


options near infrastructure
like transit) suggests LR1
here rather than RSL.

zoning changes

45TH AVE S

33RD AVE S

33RD PL S

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

S HOLLY ST

MLK

R
PA
LY

L
HO

1-

NC

S MYRTLE ST

Van Asselt
Playground and
Community Center

E
AV

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

S WILLOW ST

LR1 | LR1 (M)

IER

Principle 6b:
S WARSAW
The urban
villageSTexpansion
reflects a 10-minute walkshed.

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

S MORGAN ST

IN

29TH AVE S

S MORGAN ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)

MHA zoning changes


Othello

RA

5 (M

44TH AVE S

C2-5

42ND AVE S

0|N

VE
DA

32N

S WILLOW ST

S ANGEL PL

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

S HOLLY ST

S BATEMAN ST

NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

S EDDY ST

C1-4

S MORGAN ST

LR3 RC |
LR3 RC (M)

S GRAHAM ST

38TH AVE S

S EDDY ST

47TH AVE S

C1-65 | NC2-75 (M)

Principle 6c:
Development in expansion areas
should be compatible in scale with
existing neighborhood context.

S BRIGHTON ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)

S RAYMOND ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)

31ST AVE S

30TH AVE S

AIL
TR

35TH AVE S

TH
AL

SE

S RAYMOND ST

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

IEF
CH

SF 5000 |
RSL (M)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

28TH AVE S

39TH AVE S

37TH AVE S

35TH AVE S

S LUCILE ST

33RD AVE S

32ND AVE S

Principle 8a:
Neighborhood Commercial zoning
supports pedestrian-oriented, highquality urban design.

NC1-30 | NC1-40 (M)

S DAWSON ST

50TH AVE S

SF 5000 |
LR2 (M1)

LR1 | LR1 (M)

NC3P-40 | NC3P-55 (M)


LR3 | LR3 (M)
C2-65 | NC2-75 (M)
LR2 | LR2 (M)

LR2 | LR2 (M)

C
R3 R

S DAWSON ST

|L
RC

SF 5000 | LR2 (M1)

LR3

Othello

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

NC3P-40 | (no MHA)

Residential Urban Village


S WEBSTER ST

N
A

IV

ISH

RG
I

S WEBSTER ST

SR

M
WA
DU

DRAFT ZONING CHANGES


EA
to implement Mandatory
Housing
ST
Affordability (MHA) requirements
M
A

8TH AVE S

South Park

ER
SI

I
RA

DR
DE

14TH AVE S

T
ER
RIV

S AUSTIN ST

S KENYON ST

2ND AVE S

S KENYON ST

uw
am

is

S MONROE ST

Principle 1b:
Encourage small-scale, familyfriendly housing, such as cottages,
duplexes, and rowhouses.

S ELMGROVE ST

W
at
e

rw
ay

H
5T

IDE
OCC

AV S
BRI
DGE

S CHICAGO ST

W
AY

7TH AVE S

S PORTLAND ST

5TH AVE S

S HOLDEN ST

ES

L AV
Principle 5a:
More housing near neighborhood
assets like parks and schools.

South Park
Community Center

8TH AVE S

NTA

S SOUTHERN ST

16TH

E
AV

S SOUTHERN ST

S ROSE ST

Principle 3a:
Zone full blocks instead of partial
blocks to soften transitions.

S THISTLE ST

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

South Park
Playfield

SR 509

S SULLIVAN ST
S SULLIVAN ST

LR2 | LR2 (M)

SF 5000 | LR2 RC (M1)

12TH AVE S

7TH AVE S

5TH AVE S

4TH AVE S

3RD AVE S

2ND AVE S

LR1 | LR1 (M)

S
AY
W

8TH AVE S

L
NA

SF 5000 | RSL (M)

S HENDERSON ST

GI
AR

Concord
International
Middle School

TM
ES

S CONCORD ST

SF 5000 | RSL (M)


C2-40 | C2-55 (M)

S TRENTON ST

LR3 | LR3 (M)

C2-65 | C2-75 (M)

S DONOVAN ST

10TH AVE S

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

14TH AVE S

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

C1-40 | C1-55 (M)

NC2-40 | NC2-55 (M)

NC3P-40 | NC3P-55 (M)

LR3 | LR3 (M)

S CLOVERDALE ST

LR2 RC | LR2 RC (M)

SF 5000 | LR1 (M1)

S HENDERSON ST

S DIRECTOR ST

S DIRECTOR ST

Marra-Desimone
Park

7TH AVE S

Principle 5b:
Consider lowrise zones to help
transition between commercial
and single-family zones.

10TH AVE S

C2-40 | C2-55 (M)

Principle 6c:
Development in expansion areas
should be compatible in scale
with existing neighborhood
context.

S BARTON ST

ERS
MY

S CAMBRIDGE ST

YS
WA

C2-65 | C2-75 (M)

The draft zoning map reflects the


high risk of displacement and low
access to opportunity in South
Park. RSL zoning is shown in
many existing single-family areas.

MHA zoning changes


South Park

zoning changes
Solid zones have a
typical increase in
development capacity
Hatched zones have
a larger increase in
development capacity or
change in zone type.

MHA requirements

(M)

MHA requirements apply for a


typical increase in capacity

(M1)

Higher MHA requirements apply for


a larger increase in capacity

(M2)

Highest MHA requirements apply


for the largest increases in capacity

zone categories
Residential Small Lot (RSL)
Multifamily (LR/MR/HR)
Neighborhood Commercial (NC)
Commercial (C)

exempt areas

urban villages

Historic Preservation
District

Existing boundary

Major Institution
Overlay

Proposed boundary

Yesler Terrace Master


Planned Community

Seattle 2035
10-minute walkshed