Documents filed under Washington’s environmental review process reveal a list of projects in the works for the Mid-Columbia.
The State Environmental Review Act, or SEPA, often provides the first look at the mixed-use projects, mini storage facilities, apartments, industrial expansions, subdivisions and more that are working their way through the various planning departments of Benton, Franklin and Walla Walla counties.
Here’s a look at projects that appeared in the SEPA register in the past month.
Cordillera Southridge LLC submitted plans for a 182-unit mixed-use development, totaling 220,000 square feet at 3700 Southridge Blvd.
The development will include 314 parking stalls.
Kaizen Construction & Development submitted plans to rezone a 19,928-square-foot lot on the 1600 block of West 21st Place from residential suburban to residential, low density.
311 Van Giesen St. Dish Wireless
Dish Wireless LLC submitted plans for construction of an 80-foot-tall cellular monopole and associated maintenance equipment at 311 Van Giesen St.
American Rock rockpit expansion
American Rock Products and Port of Benton submitted plans to expand and operate an industrial aggregate mining operation on about 25 acres of land at 2580 Hagen Road.
Madison Park North
Dave Swisher, on behalf of Farm 2005 LLC, submitted plans for a 460-lot single family subdivision on about 132.5 acres bounded by Burns Road on the south, Road 52 on the west, Desert Drive on the north and Road 44 on the east.
Madison Park North will be built in phases over eight to 12 years, starting in late 2023 or early 2024.
Milan Estates preliminary plat
Paul Lavrentiev, on behalf of P&R Construction LLC, submitted plans for a 59-lot single family subdivision on about 10 acres at 1904 Road 68.
Dockstader zone change
George Dockstader submitted plans to rezone three parcels, totaling about 64 acres, from agricultural production to general industrial, at 1911 Selph Landing Road.
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