Sound Transit is building a light rail station at Brooklyn Avenue Northeast between Northeast 45th and Northeast 43rd streets that will serve the surrounding residential community, the “Ave” business district (the University Way corridor), other nearby employment sites, the University of Washington Tower, and the University of Washington (UW) campus. UW owns the air rights above the Sound Transit University District Station, which is currently zoned as NC-65. Based on discussions in 2013 with the City of Seattle, UW anticipated a zoning change to NC-85. More recent planning by the City indicates zoning based on a Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 6-10 and height range of 160-300 feet may be possible. UW is soliciting the advice from ULI Northwest, who convened a Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) consisting of real estate, land use, retail, and design experts to determine the highest and best use of the site. ULI TAP recommendations will be considered among other options currently being evaluated by UW.