January 17, 2012 – Source
A proposed 263-unit apartment complex on the site of the demolished Leilani Lanes bowling alley in Greenwood won city planners’ approval Tuesday.
The three-building complex, on Greenwood Avenue North between North 102nd and 103rd streets, would include underground parking for 212 vehicles and 4,000 square feet of retail space. Goodman Real Estate, one of Seattle’s biggest apartment operators, is the developer.
Leilani Lanes, a Greenwood landmark, was torn down in 2007 by real-estate magnate Michael R. Mastro to make way for apartments. But Mastro lost the two-acre property to foreclosure shortly before he was pushed into bankruptcy in 2009, and Goodman acquired the site a year later.
A Goodman representative could not be reached for comment.