Six-story integrated housing and clinical services building focused on recovery and mental health services
Originally known as the Eastside Health Center; Blackburn Medical Center is part of the “Housing is Health” initiative in partnership with Central City Concern (CCC) and six local health organizations to provide supportive, affordable housing. Designed by Ankrom Moisan Architects, Inc., the six-story integrated housing and clinical services building focuses on recovery and mental health services, with some targeted primary care services. The Blackburn Medical Center, named after former CCC President Ed Blackburn, includes affordable housing, healthcare facilities, a pharmacy, and commercial retail space. The clinic serves about 3,000 patients annually.
Central City Concern
112,333 sq ft
42,000-square-foot affordable housing project located in the heart of Capitol Hill
Meyer Memorial Trust
Three-story, 20,000 SF new headquarters featuring locally harvested mass timber and many amenities