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On a First Hill corner owned by Sound Transit, Bellwether Housing and Plymouth Housing Group are planning a shared 17-story housing complex with 368 affordable units.

It will be their first high rise, but architect Weber Thompson has ample experience in that realm.

The site is at 1400 Madison St., on the corner of Boylston Street. The tower will share the block with the new 17-story Danforth apartments and Whole Foods, which are east across the alley.

Sound Transit will transfer the surplus land at no cost to the new joint venture.

The project has its first administrative design review on Friday, March 1.

Its working title is simply Madison/Boylston. The last budget estimate was $92 million, with about 42 percent of the funding from public sources. Those will include the city, county, state and HUD. The federal low-income tax credit program (LIHTC) will also be employed.

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