A notice map shows all of the business and areas informed about the potential construction of the Vanaheimr building ( Photo courtesy of Poulsbo Economic Development Department)

A notice map shows all of the business and areas informed about the potential construction of the Vanaheimr building ( Photo courtesy of Poulsbo Economic Development Department)

Poulsbo Hearing Examiner approves site plan for Vanaheimr building

On Nov. 18, Poulsbo Hearing Examiner Gary McLean officially approved a site plan review for the Vanaheimr mixed-use building, which will be located at the former Poulsbo Police Department headquarters.

The application for the Type III Permit Site Plan Review was submitted by Mike Brown, president of FPH Construction.

According to the notice of decision from the Poulsbo Economic Development Department, the proposed project description states that the site will feature a newly constructed three-story mixed-use building with underbuilding parking with 38 parking stalls.

The structure will include over 1,700 square feet of commercial space and 933 square feet of stairs and lobby space, which will also be occupied by a mechanical room and storage space. The upper floors will consist of five studio units, 20 two-bedroom units.

The hearing examiner found that Brown’s application met all the required criteria subject to conditions set forth by the State Environmental Protection Act (SEPA).

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