Bruce Lorig and Meredith Messmer, Lorig Associaties Project Manager, will be at the meeting.
Lorig Associaties is managing the development of Green Lake Village, a large mixed-use project that is slated for construction at the former Vitamilk Dairy site, a three-acre empty lot of land often referred to by locals as “The Big Hole.”
The property, located between Woodlawn Ave NE, NE 71st St, 5th Ave NE and NE 72nd St, has been a vacant pit for more than three years. (You can read more about the history of the project here.)
Green Lake Village will include approximately 300 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments in five stories. There will also be 50,000sf of retail space, anchored by a 25,000sf PCC Natural Markets. (You can read more about the PCC here.)
Wednesday’s meeting will also include updates from the Woodland Park Zoo, the Lifetime Learning Center, the Friends of Green Lake, the Northwest District Council, the Seattle Public Theater, and the Community Council’s liaison to the Seattle Police Department’s North Precinct.
In addition, a representative from the Green Lake Community Center will provide information about this year’s Pathway of Lights and information about lifeguard and wading pool scheduling at Green Lake Park.
The Green Lake Community Council meets on the second Wednesdays of odd-numbered months.
There are upcoming opportunities to join the Community Council Board. The elections process will be reviewed at Wednesday’s meeting.