The design team behind the major Queen Anne Safeway redevelopment will share its latest plans for the site during the Queen Anne Community Council Land Use Review Committee meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17.

After cancelling plans to double the grocery store’s footprint and place 250 housing unit on top earlier this year with architecture firm Ankrom Moisan and developer Holland Partner Group, Safeway has come back to the drawing board with local developer barrientosRyan and their partner Cahill Equities.

Since the Queen Anne News first reported the project being back on the table last month, plans for the site at 2100 Queen Anne Ave. N. have been fleshed out more.

The new Safeway urban concept store is still planned to be 50,000 square feet, and now approximately 280 apartments are planned, with about 50 to be at affordable housing levels, spread across two or three buildings. The total project will be six stories, with below-grade parking for 350 vehicles, wider sidewalks around the entire site and a public plaza at the corner of Queen Anne Avenue North and Crockett Street.

A news release from barrientosRyan states additional Queen Anne residents involved in the project are Runberg Architecture Group, Kris Snider and Jeff Benesi of Hewitt Landscape, and Mercedes Fernandez Interior design. Exxel Pacific will be the general contractor.