On July 15th, The Seattle Department of Planning and Development will be holding a design review meeting to consider a permit application to demolish the building at 2100 N. 45th St, presently housing a shuttered Tully’s, Radiant Medspa and the Chinese restaurant / dive bar Moon Temple. The plan calls for the Velmeir Companies to build “a one story commercial structure with mezzanene [sic] , containing 11,076 sq ft. of retail and accessory spaces, with surface parking for 25 vehicles”.
Curbed notes that the building was built in 1929. In more recent years, neighbors have complained about a rat problem coming from the dumpsters in back.
Changes are a-comin’, people.
(Photo courtesy of Google Maps. Tip courtesy of Janna Lee.)