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The Today File

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October 30, 2012 at 10:29 AM

Bellevue’s Spring District approval appealed to court

Neighbors of a massive mixed-use development in the Bel-Red Corridor have appealed Bellevue’s approval of the project to King County Superior Court.

The appeal by the Lake Bellevue Village Homeowners Association seeks to overturn a Bellevue hearing examiner’s decision that an environmental impact statement isn’t needed at this stage in the process.

If built as proposed by Wright Runstad and Shorenstein Properties, The Spring District project could bring at least 13,000 office workers, 2,135 residents and 10,000 parking spaces to a former Safeway distribution center east of downtown Bellevue.

The homeowners association has asked the court to stay any further city action on The Spring District while the court considers whether previous environmental and traffic studies of the larger Bel-Red area were sufficient.

Comments | More in Business/Technology, General news, Government | Topics: Bel-Red Corridor, Lake Bellevue, The Spring District

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