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Wine Village Development Agreement Approved

Wine Village Development Agreement Approved
Posted on 12/06/2019
Proposed Site PlanMore than a decade after construction was halted on a large piece of property in Woodinville's Hollywood District, a new plan for development is underway. 

In 2018, private developer Wood Mountain LLC originally submitted an environmental review application with the City for  development of twenty acres to the southeast of the SR 202/145th Street roundabout and just west of the Sammamish River. In late May 2019, Wood Mountain requested a development agreement for the proposed project, which has previously gone by the name Wine Village and has recently been renamed Farmstead.

On Tuesday, December 3, the Woodinville City Council approved a development agreement for the Wine Village/Farmstead project, establishing vested development regulations and public benefits, as well as authorizing specific architectural elements along with residential and retail uses.

As it currently stands, the project includes the possibility for just over 200,000 square feet of new wine tasting and office space, surface and below-grade parking, up to 425 residential units, several restaurants, a grocery store, and a 165-room hotel and conference center. The proposed project also includes a small public park adjacent to the river, as well as an additional 100 parking spaces for use by visitors to the Hollywood district and the general public.

Approval of the development agreement will allow Wood Mountain to move forward with applying for permits to develop the site and begin construction, as early as next year.

To learn more about the proposed Wine Village Development Agreement, view materials from the December 3rd City Council Meeting or watch the meeting online.