A nearly 5-acre development is being proposed off Lynwood Center Drive for residential and business space, along with a park.
Blue Moon & Roost Land Companies, LLC has plans for multiple homes, town houses, a hotel and rooftop restaurant and bar, along with office, retail and artist space.
While the Lynwood Center buildings have a Tudor style, the developers architect said the project will not be the same style.
INDIGO Architecture & Interiors does not “interpret” the center’s design guidelines require the Tudor style.
The proposal did not say what specific style would be used in the development.
Housing would be the first phase of the project, including five 2,000 square-feet single family houses with 800 square-feet mother-in-law homes, two 1,700-square-feet single family houses and six town house units above commercial space.
The project’s second phase would be three three-story buildings about 9,000 square feet each. These buildings would include a hotel called Hotel Charrette, rooftop restaurant with water views, ground-floor retail with room for working artists and second floor office space.
There also will be six “inn cottages” called Gypsy Wagons by the proposed park and a market plaza along Point White Drive.
An existing brick house on the site will be renovated and used for commercial purposes.
The site was previously a lumber yard and the rest of the property has been used as a pasture for the last 40 years, according to INDIGO’s proposal.
The Larson Lumber building is still on the site.
Developers also said in the proposal that they want to keep as many of the trees as possible, including a pine by the market to use as a holiday tree.
There will be a public meeting Monday night to address questions.
WHAT: Public meeting on a development by the Lynwood Center
WHEN: Monday, Jan. 26 at 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Pleasant Beach Village Marketplace, 4738 Lynwood Center Road NE, Bainbridge Island