April 28, 2015
Three residential projects, all in the construction phase, could add up to nearly 650 new residences to the Issaquah Highlands.
The projects are designated as official Urban Villages, according to Lucy Sloman, land development manager for the city. All three projects are making use of the city’s standardized Urban Village zoning.
January 7, 2010
NEW — 6:30 a.m. Jan. 7, 2009
City development commissioners approved a plan Tuesday to build 240 residences in the Issaquah Highlands.
Commissioners set aside concerns about commercial development in the highlands and approved a site development permit for the residential project on land once set aside for a proposed Microsoft campus.
A Bellevue company, Devco, plans to build the residential units on 9.5 acres bordered by Northeast Discovery Drive to the north and Highlands Drive Northeast on the west. The proposal includes apartments, townhouses and stacked flats.
January 4, 2010
NEW — 6 a.m. Jan. 4, 2010
City development commissioners will re-examine a proposal to build 240 residences in the Issaquah Highlands, when the panel meets Tuesday night.
The city Urban Village Development Commission postponed the project less than a month ago. Commissioners delayed the project in a bid to demand answers from highlands developer Port Blakely Communities about commercial development in the community.
A Bellevue company, Devco, proposed the residential units for 9.5 acres bordered by Northeast Discovery Drive to the north and Highlands Drive Northeast on the west. The proposal includes apartments, townhouses and stacked flats.
December 22, 2009
Answers demanded about commercial development
Officials halted plans to build a proposed Issaquah Highlands residential complex last week, after city development commissioners complained about the pace of retail development in the highlands. Read more
December 8, 2009
When Issaquah Highlands developer Port Blakely Communities announced plans for a neighborhood movie theater in late summer, highlands residents were told the proposal for a long-promised grocery store would be revealed within several weeks. Read more
December 1, 2009
A proposal to build 240 residential units in the Issaquah Highlands is under consideration by city officials. A Bellevue developer proposed a variety of units — including apartments, townhouses and stacked flats — on 9.5 acres in the highlands, bordered by Northeast Discovery Drive to the north and Highlands Drive Northeast on the west. Read more