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.
The 50,100 SF, 28-unit building allows NHA to provide crucial housing services for those in need.
The 6-story building will be combining a clinic, pharmacy, transitional and permanent housing, serving 3,000 patients annually.
The 105,000 SF, 6-story, 120-unit building provides affordable, multi-family housing for Washington County families in need.
The 88,000 SF building includes OHSU education and research offices and the new academic headquarters for the OHSU Campus for Rural Health.
The city’s largest affordable housing development in 50 years is a 12-story, 240-unit mixed-use building.
30Bellevue is new construction of a five-story development with 63 affordable apartment homes.
The Ainsworth and Dunn Warehouse, also known as the Old Spaghetti Factory, was built in 1902 and converted to a restaurant in the 1970s.
This two-phase project will include the demolition of existing structures to make way for new cottages and a town center.
The 58,172 SF, three-story wood-frame, mixed-use, affordable senior housing is being built above a new 16,000 SF City Public Library.
The Jade is a 48-unit affordable housing development with a family focus and transit orientation.
The Woody Guthrie Place Apartments is 64,278 SF affordable housing project built to LEED Gold with solar array.
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.