The clinic is proposing to tear down a two-story wood-frame building it acquired in 2012, and build a four-story mixed-use project in its place.
Environmental Works is the architect.
The new building would have two floors of space for medical services and administrative offices below eight workforce housing units. Medical services include a new dental clinic, services for women, infants and children, including maternity care, and care for HIV and chronic pain.
Office and service space would increase from 2,350 square feet in the current building to 9,000 square feet in the new space.
Residential units would include a mix of four studios and four one-bedroom apartments. Residents would have access to a rooftop terrace. Four bicycle spaces are planned for the building’s partial basement, but there would be no parking.
County Doctor also operates a clinic in a neighboring building on the northeast corner of 19th Avenue East and East Republican Street.
A Seattle design review board will hold a recommendation meeting at 8 p.m. April 12 at Seattle University’s Admissions & Alumni Building, at 824 12th Ave.
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