NorthPoint Development at former Fruhling Site

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Five hundred forty-four apartment units with 994 parking stalls are proposed by NorthPoint Snohomish County 228th Apartments, LLC (Northpoint), a Delaware LLC, will have significant adverse impacts that are not mitigated by the currently submitted design documents; and that a Determination of Significance (DS) and an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is warranted.

Northpoint purchased the Fruhling property on July 27, 2021 for $6.5 million. On August 8, 2022, Northpoint hosted a public meeting at the Kenmore Gun Range, located directly across 228th Street SW from the proposed project. Approximately 300-400 people were in attendance. The overwhelming majority of people voiced strong opposition to this project as currently proposed, including the height variance granted to increase the density of apartments in an area with no other multi-family housing or transit service.

Project specific impacts have not been adequately addressed. Given the potential for probable significant adverse impacts to the environment and the community, PDS must issue a DS and require Northpoint to prepare an EIS, pursuant to WAC 197-11-360.

Read Lider Engineering’s review of files, received through August 2, 2022, associated with the proposed NorthPoint project

Please contact Joshua Machen ( at PDS and demand that an EIS be prepared.