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If you go to the IZIS case search and look for case 15-16, you can find the plans for this PUD.


You have to download the various architectural plan PDFs; it's kinda a pain, they're not labled well. The first one does have a table of contents that might help guess which section has the circulation diagrams.

It looks like the plans call for a new protected bike lane through the development to 4th St NE; a curbless shared street environment for the area closest to the MBT; and a realigment of the MBT under the existing staircase, expanding the stairs to be a grand entrance to the development but also avoiding bike/ped conflicts with through-riding cyclists.

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