Northridge hearing continues
The appeals hearing for the proposed Northridge urban planned development will continue before the King County Council at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 13 in the Council Chambers.
The hearing picks up where it left off last month with testimony by the five appellants, including Port Blakely Communities, Quadrant, Friends of the Law, the Coalition for Public Trust, and the City of Redmond.
If approved by the council, which may not render its quasi-judicial decision until January, the Northridge development would build 1,300 to 1,500 units south of Novelty Hill Road with an estimated population of 4,150, and would create 3,700 jobs over a 15- year period. The site, 1,046 acres, would have 229 acres of residential uses, including single- and multi-family, an eight-acre neighborhood shopping center, a 122-acre business park and 602 acres of open space.