Pride Place is Seattle’s first affordable housing project designed to be an affirming environment for LGBTQIA+ seniors
Pride Place is Seattle’s first affordable housing project designed to be an affirming environment for LGBTQIA+ seniors, located in the heart of Seattle’s most densely populated neighborhood, Capitol Hill. Construction included the preservation of an existing one-site landmark and character facades. The nearly 78,000 square-foot project sets six floors of type IIIA construction over two type IA levels.
The completed project features 118 affordable residential units—90 studios and 28 one-bedrooms—along with common areas and resident amenities on the top six floors. The first two floors hold tenant and property management offices, community meeting areas, and commercial spaces.
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Rosa Franklin Place
Located in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood, Rosa Franklin Place includes 60 one-bedroom apartments for seniors
Façade upgrade and additional improvements to 350,000-square-foot existing campus