The proposed city
Quadrant, the Northridge developer, proposes to build a 1,046-acre site on its 1,506 acres, with 229 acres of residential uses, including single- and multi-family, an eight-acre neighborhood shopping center adjacent to Novelty Hill Road, a 122-acre business park, public facilities, 533 acres in its natural state, and 35 acres of parks.
When completed, the proposed project would have a total of 1,300 to 1,500 units and an estimated population of 4,150, anticipating full residential buildout within seven to 12 years. A fire station, an elementary school, water towers and power sub- stations would be on the site.
The players in round two of the hearings
Several groups have been granted intervenor status, entitled to present testimony and argument during the parties part of the hearing, also with the right to cross-examine.
Intervenors are: the City of Redmond; Port Blakely Tree Farms; Coalition for Public Trust; Lake Washington School District; Union Hill Water Association; Novelty Hills Ranch Estates Homeowners Association; and the Lake of the Woods Homeowners Association.
The hearings begin April 29 from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Hearing Room No. 2, DDES, Eastpointe Plaza, 3600 136th Place SE, Bellevue; May 1 from 1:30 to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the Redmond City Council Chambers, 8701 160th NE, Redmond.