It was a beautiful day on July 15 when the team celebrated the groundbreaking for Parkview Senior Living campus expansion for Terwilliger Plaza — the continuation of a vibrant community that is an independent, not-for-profit which was opened by retired teachers in 1962. Many were in attendance to celebrate the groundbreaking, including U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer.
For the second time this month, WALSH hosted Governor Jay Inslee at one of our projects. Friday morning, he visited our Cedar Crossing project, a 250-unit mixed project that represents a public-private partnership between Bellwether Housing, Mercy Housing NW and Sound Transit. The project will set aside housing for children with high medical needs and their families through a partnership with Seattle Children’s /Mary’s Place. It will also offer housing to veterans and their families as well as to senior veterans. A public plaza, child care center and ground-floor retail will provide services for transit riders and the broader neighborhood. The project is immediately adjacent to the Roosevelt Light Rail Station which is due to open in late 2021.
The team took a minute to celebrate the groundbreaking of RiverPlace Parcel 3, where nonprofit BRIDGE Housing Corporation is bringing a second phase of mixed-use affordable housing to the neighborhood. The development will provide 178 affordable homes to families and will include a community room, landscaped courtyard and play area, common laundry rooms, 267 bike parking spaces, and 3,668 SF of ground-floor commercial space. Impact NW will provide resident services by offering job training, parenting support, and opportunities for children. …Read More
Our WALSH Vancouver office had a great time at the Vancouver Business Journal Top Projects Awards celebrating the nomination of the revitalization of Van Vista — beautiful, affordable, assisted senior living for Vancouver Housing Authority with MWA Architects, Inc. We were honored to be a nominee this year and want to congratulate Vancouver Housing Authority! Their dedication to provide opportunities to people who experience barriers to housing because of income, disability, or special needs is inspiring. Congratulations to Greater Vancouver Chamber members Vesta Hospitality and ilani as Top Project winners for their hotel projects. We are looking forward to the event again next year!
What an incredible team and an awesome project ! We are thrilled to break ground on The Westwind Apartments with Works Progress Architecture, LLP for Central City Concern — 100 new homes of both permanent supportive housing and affordable housing for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness or community members with limited incomes. Additional key project partners include Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest, Inc. (NARA) and the Imani Center to offer culturally specific programming for Native American and African American individuals.
More news from our Capitol Campus Child Care Center project for Washington State Department of Enterprise Services! Gov. Jay Inslee and First Lady Trudi Inslee recently toured the site as the project nears completion! Childcare is essential for Washington’s recovery and this center has been a priority of Trudi Inslee’s for the last seven years.
It is a great view for our summer intern, Quincy Dorneval, as he works alongside the team of Chuck Moore, Mario Hernandez, Vic Lundmark, Abby Anderson and Laura Waddick at our Holden of Pearl project! The 16-story building will include 218 independent and assisted living units for seniors, as well as a memory care facility. Welcome to the team, Quincy!
Our ɁálɁal Together project, for Chief Seattle Club was host to an affordable housing press conference midday Tuesday! Speakers included Chief Seattle Club’s Executive Director Derrick Belgarde, MPA, Senator Maria Cantwell, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene, WA State Housing Finance Commission’s Executive Director Steve Walker, Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodards, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, and Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers.
Today we celebrate our freedom and remember our history. We are honored to be a community builder throughout the Northwest and are always grateful for the men and women who make it possible.
From all of us at Walsh, we are wishing you and yours a safe and happy 4th!
What an incredible project and team! The PAE Living Building team has not missed a beat despite the pandemic, wildfires, ice storms and the recent heat wave. This incredibly innovative International Living Future Institute Living Building project, which is taking sustainability and earthquake resilience to new heights, is set to meet completion and budget goals with a September opening. We would love to thank our WALSH management team of Ed Sloop, Kent Usher, Adam Klauba and Linda Woolery and the incredible onsite team who have worked diligently through it all led by superintendent Kyle Heckaman with Sam Sullivan, Steffen Schulz and so many more.