The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections will hold a public meeting on Nov. 27 for a multi-residence construction project proposed at 3640-3646 13th Ave. W.

SDCI has a new requirement for qualifying developers to provide early community outreach while their project designs are being reviewed and completed.

Neither the designer Akasha Whoolery nor city planner Wayne Farrens have returned calls from Queen Anne News wanting to know more about this project.

Public records show the project includes the construction of two single-family residences with parking for two vehicles, two three-story single-family residences with parking for two, and a three-story, seven-unit rowhouse building with parking for seven vehicles. All four existing duplexes will be demolished.

Mark and M. Louise Von Walter sold the properties at 3646-3648 13th Ave. W. to 13th West Partners LLC for $1.29 million in March, according to public records.

The governing person for 13th West Partners LLC is Grey T. Lundberg, builder and president at Sheltercore, Inc.

Lundberg was sentenced in 2015 to one year in jail, but allowed to serve his time through a work release program, for not paying around $640,000 in sales tax collected from his customers while owner of CMI Homes, according to the state Department of Revenue. He was charged with 13 counts of sales tax theft in 2010, and pled guilty that August, according to DOR.

The revenue department reports the 2015 sentencing by King County Superior Court Judge Ronald Kessler was due to Lundberg failing to keep up with his repayments to the state. He was initially granted a reduced balance and new payment schedule in March 2014, but “quit making payments two months later.”

“Tax evasion is a crime. If a business doesn’t pay taxes, it’s the equivalent of stealing from taxpayers,” said Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson in a 2015 news release about the sentencing. “If you evade taxes, my office will hold you accountable.”

SDCI will hold the public meeting to review the 13th Avenue West project at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, in Room 1 of the Queen Anne Community Center, 1910 First Ave. W.