Affordable housing in a historic, vibrant Seattle neighborhood for people making up to 60 percent of the area median income.
Mt. Baker Family Housing will have 95 apartments affordable to low-income and homeless families.
Station House will be a prominent example of transit-oriented sustainable development.
Arbora Court is focused on families transitioning out of homelessness, with many of its 133 units designed with two or three bedrooms.
The new 101,046 SF building has 115 affordable units, available to people earning between 30%, 50% and 60% of the area median income.
Expanding housing opportunities in Renton's metro area with 48 affordable units, from studio to three-bedroom apartments.
Supporting a multigenerational community - three-story multifamily building with 58 units of permanent, affordable housing.
The 28,000 SF, three-story, structural steel service center will contain medical, community and office space designed to LEED Gold.
Bridge Meadows Beaverton includes a total of 41 units, 9 family townhomes, and 32 apartments for elders.
Project design and construction to accommodate the ceremonial needs of the adjacent Many Nations Longhouse directly to the north.
The expansion for PHC included construction of a 97,000 SF steel-frame warehouse with a 15,000 SF mezzanine.
The new OMSI Coastal Discovery Center at Camp Gray in Newport, OR is a 20-acre science camp and living laboratory.
The 1,952 SF TI space is designed to provide homeless families a place to wash clothes, take showers, and receive counseling.
820 Yesler is an affordable housing development including 83 units and extensive green construction.
To restore the existing 16,000SF building, Ecotrust is partnering with WALSH and Urban Patterns.
With over 20,000 SF of warehouse space, the Marble will serve as cold storage, aggregation, packaging, and distribution for The Redd.
Orchards at Orenco Phase II completes two thirds of the vision for affordable, transit-oriented affordable living in Orenco Station.
Spring District Residential is a two-phase project and includes 588 units of market rate housing totaling 830,881 SF.
Reverb is be LEED Gold affordable, workforce housing with 85 units, and 13 parking stalls in it's 8 stories.
The Lyon Building is a historic landmark building that was built in 1910 converted to apartments for the homeless.
Compass on Dexter was developed to serve families at risk of homelessness and provides a place to live and play.
The project consists of a 20,000 SF of office headquarters along with a 90,000 SF warehouse and distribution center.
Shepherd’s Garden Senior Housing provides 39 units of affordable housing for extremely low income seniors.
Cottage Grove Commons provides stability for residents, a sustainable environment, and opportunities for local businesses.
The Abigail consists of 127 affordable and 28 market-rate apartment homes in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon.
Portland Habilitation Center is a 56,000 SF concrete tilt-up office and warehouse with a 19,000 SF mezzanine office area.
12th Avenue Arts features 88 affordable apartments, performing arts space, community space, and local retail - all under one roof.
Multifamily development that supports and enhances health outcomes in providing residential treatment to mothers and their children.
The vision of the Greenfire Campus is to create a community that demonstrates both sensible and social sustainability.
For 80 formerly homeless women and men, it offers a permanent place to call home, along with counseling and healthcare services.
The renovation of this two-story warehouse in Portland’s Pearl District is, nationwide, the first restoration of a historic building to reap
Rosa Parks Elementary School contains includes a Boys and Girls Club and earned LEED Gold; the first elementary school in the nation.
LEED Platinum Bud Clark Commons provides a continuum of services such as health, housing, and learning resources, to assist the homeless.
Construction of a six-story mixed-use building which provides immediate shelter and services to those in need.