Xing Hua Mixed-Use Development

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

2750 77th Ave SE & 2885 78th Ave SE

An application is under review by the City for a new mixed-use building. The proposed building will be 4 stories above grade with 164 apartments and 10,742 square feet of ground level retail space. The proposal also includes two levels of below-grade parking, landscaped public plazas, a 20-foot wide public through-block pedestrian connection along the north side of the property and a private courtyard for tenants.

This page will be updated with further information as it becomes available.


2750 77th Ave SE & 2885 78th Ave SE

An application is under review by the City for a new mixed-use building. The proposed building will be 4 stories above grade with 164 apartments and 10,742 square feet of ground level retail space. The proposal also includes two levels of below-grade parking, landscaped public plazas, a 20-foot wide public through-block pedestrian connection along the north side of the property and a private courtyard for tenants.

This page will be updated with further information as it becomes available.


Do you have a question on the proposed Xing Hua Mixed-Use Development?  Please submit your question here and staff will provide a response.

Have a question? Ask it here!

loader image
Didn't receive confirmation?
Seems like you are already registered, please provide the password. Forgot your password? Create a new one now.
  • Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    How will retail spaces be regulated (time limit or parking validation or other)? With 164 units in the configuration described below, by conservative estimate, this building will likely house approximately 254-309 residents. With only 168 residential parking spaces, it seems likely that there will not be enough residential parking, resulting in residents and residents' visitors being forced to park in retail space. Will there be a solution for this?

    AshleyHay asked 10 months ago

    This project was submitted recently and is currently under review. Because it is under review,  staff does not yet have answers as to how all code requirements, including parking requirements, are being met. As part of the review process for this proposal, staff will be requiring the applicant to provide a parking analysis that explains how the parking requirements are being met, and details compliance with the parking requirements of the code. As documents are received from the applicant during the review process, they will be added to the Project Document Cloud File.


  • Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    How many parking stalls, in total, are proposed? It is indicated that "residential + 35 retail stalls" will be included. How many residential stalls are proposed? What is the configuration of the 164 apartment units - studio? 1 bedroom? 2 bedroom? 3 bedroom?

    AshleyHay asked 10 months ago

    A total of 203 parking spaces have been proposed by the applicant. 168 of those stalls would be for residential uses, and 35 of those stalls would be for retail uses. The applicant is proposing 11 studios, 110 one-bedrooms, 31 two-bedrooms, and 12 three-bedrooms.


  • Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    How much of the two levels of underground parking are dedicated to retail? Hopefully it reflects what was allocated for properties like Island Square where shoppers can park for 2 hours free, then pay to park. That is a reasonable solution for a shopping district that will attract patrons. Thanks.

    heatherring74 asked 10 months ago

    The applicant has proposed a total of 203 parking spaces; 168 parking stalls would be for residential uses, and 35 stalls would be dedicated for retail uses. Staff will review the project, including review of a parking analysis, to ensure the correct number of parking stalls are provided.