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Pacific Regent submits Phase II plans

This artist rendering shows what a second Pacific Regent tower is proposed to look like paired with the current one on 109th Avenue Northeast. - Courtesy Photo
This artist rendering shows what a second Pacific Regent tower is proposed to look like paired with the current one on 109th Avenue Northeast.
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Pacific Regent has submitted its latest vision for a second retirement community tower on 109th Avenue Northeast, as well as an addition to its current residential building there.

Pacific Regent Phase II is planned to be a 22-story retirement community with 152 dwelling units that can house 300 new residents.

The 28,929-square-foot building would be constructed where a marketing office is currently at 909 109th Ave. N.E.

Plans include a three-level, 194-stall, underground parking garage, and vehicular access is proposed to be off of 109th Avenue Northeast.

The plan submitted with the city also calls for a three-story health center add-on to the existing 17-story tower.

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