The mixed-use project in Woodinville’s Hollywood District has been called different names over the years, such as Farmstead and Wine Village. Its most recent name change will embody Woodinville’s agricultural and wine-centered ambiance.
The property now will be named Harvest, according to a news release from Wood Mountain, LLC. Moving away from the previous brand sidesteps any complications with other developments named Farmstead in the Western United States.
Located next to the Sammamish River, the development sits on about 19.5 acres and includes 14 developable parcels for hotel, residential, retail and commercial uses. Two spots have been sold, while nine others are under contract.
“It will be an everyday destination for those who call it home, a festive outing for nearby neighbors and a memorable visit for hotel guests,” said the Harvest website. “For everyone--wine-tasting venues, retail offerings, restaurants, offices, a luxury hotel and spa and event spaces are all certain to stir the soul.”
Site plans feature The Somm. Hotel and Spa, a four-star boutique hotel with space for 165 rooms and suites. The release said another 10,000 square feet of room will be available for wedding, banquet and corporate events. Visitors can enjoy a luxury spa and fitness facility as well as plenty of wine and retail offerings.
From the 3,000-square-foot rooftop bar, guests will be able to spot glimpses of Mount Rainier and the Sammamish River Valley. People can also grab a bite to eat at the hotel’s high-end restaurant and private dining room, the release stated.
The Yard, located in the heart of the property, is designed to be a central gathering place for retailers, restaurants and wine tasting rooms. According to the release, the space will feature 100,000 square feet of leasable space and three stories of underground parking.
Potential businesses to occupy the development include a brewery, cheese and charcuterie store, clothing shop, florist, distillery and salon.
To expand on the retail and leisure opportunities, the Harvest development will include a variety of residential parcels. River Run Woodinville, right on the Sammamish River and Burke-Gilman Trail, features 32 townhomes, each with a two-car garage.
Interested buyers would choose from floorplans that offer three to five bedrooms ranging in size from 1,900 to 3,000 square feet, the release said.
River Run still needs final approval from the city for permitting. However, shovels will hit the dirt for construction in spring 2022 if all goes as planned.
Harvest anticipates additional residential development would feature a minimum of 70 condominium flats and townhouses as well as 200 rental apartments. Work to create an internal road and utilities are currently underway.
To learn more about the development, visit: www.harvestwoodinville.com.