Civil Engineering, Land Surveying, Land Use Planning, Permit Expediting, Mixed-Use, Residential | 7 Acres
Kirkland’s 41-year-old Rose Hill Shopping Center is undergoing a major redevelopment that will completely transform the location into a modern community space. This 3-phased, mixed-use project will reshape the neighborhood into a walkable hub for shopping, dining and living. The project includes a total of 734 new housing units situated above ground retail space, restaurants and shops. Housing accommodations range from small 500 sf studios to large 1200 sf 2 bedroom apartments, with 10% of the units reserved for affordable housing. The space will feature landscaped courtyard areas and green rooftop apartment plazas for residents and visitors to enjoy. The Rose Hill development will be within walking distance of the future I-405 BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) and will provide the public with new amenities including a fitness center, grocery and drug store.
Barghausen provided land surveying, land use planning, permitting and civil engineering design services for the Rose Hill mixed-use development. Our team provided demolition, TESC, grading, storm drainage, utility design and road improvements documents. The site required an innovative underground storm vault and pump system to manage stormwater runoff and sub drainage flows for the 7-acre site. Frontage improvements include new sidewalks, pedestrian access pathways, new curb and gutters and street widening. The design included 1,133 paved parking stalls and a below-grade parking garage.
Renderings courtesy of MG2
LAND USE PLANNING