Lakepointe Development


                                                            Aerial of Lakepointe and surrounding properties

The Lakepointe project is a proposal for a mixed-use development, which will be built in phases on approximately 45 acres on Lake Washington where the Sammamish River enters the lake. The site is just east of the Kenmore Air Harbor Seaplane terminal.

Lakepointe is intended to integrate different land uses and activities in a complementary manner to minimize the conflicts and integrate the usage among residents, shoppers, vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists. The mixed-use nature of this development will provide almost a mile of Lake Washington and Sammamish River channel shoreline public access.

Lakepointe is not a new proposal and has undergone significant public review since 1989. The proposed development was included in the Northshore Community Plan that was adopted in 1993 by the King County Council. A Lakepointe Citizen Task Force met for several years and worked with the developer to provide public support and extensive input into the design and implementation of the proposal.

 

Project Status:

Date

Milestone

12/29/2016

City Council authorized the City Manager to sign and execute the Lakepointe Commercial Site Development Plan (CSDP) and Transportation Mitigation Agreement (TMA) extension and funding agreement.

4/19/2017

Special City Council Meeting where the potential developer gave an update on the project.

 

Lakepointe Documents Library:

Commercial Site Development Plan (CSDP) and Transportation Mitigation Agreement (TMA) extension and funding agreement.

April 19, 2017 Special Council Meeting Agenda

April 19, 2017 Weidner Presentation and Lakepointe Printable Story

 

Additional Information:
For more information on the Lakepointe project, contact the City Manager, Rob Karlinsey and Development Services Director, Bryan Hampson at 425-398-8900.

Last updated: Thu, 04/27/2017 - 10:44am