50 townhomes and apartments bring affordable new homes to the Renton community, centered around a green space that is perfect for families
Clement Place provides housing with on-site services to help residents remain in long-term housing
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 city’s largest affordable housing development in 50 years is a 12-story, 240-unit mixed-use building.
Arbora Court is focused on families transitioning out of homelessness, with many of its 133 units designed with two or three bedrooms.
30Bellevue is new construction of a five-story development with 63 affordable apartment homes.
Meriwether Place features 30 studio units, with 23 set aside for individuals who have experienced permanent homelessness.
The Ainsworth and Dunn Warehouse, also known as the Old Spaghetti Factory, was built in 1902 and converted to a restaurant in the 1970s.
Seola Gardens is a 31-acre community in Seattle with mixed-income rental townhomes, flats, and affordable senior apartments.
This six-story, mixed-use building provides 70 units of workforce housing to individuals making 30% to 60% of the area’s median income.
The new building contains approximately 132,000 square feet with a target bed count of 400.
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.
The Tahoma Vista Village project is an occupied renovation of affordable senior housing built in 1973.
This two-phase project will include the demolition of existing structures to make way for new cottages and a town center.
Supporting a multigenerational community - three-story multifamily building with 58 units of permanent, affordable housing.
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.
Orchards at Orenco III will be the first affordable, family-sized apartment homes in the Orenco Station neighborhood.
Grant Park Village Phase II, a new 5 story building will include 167 residential units and 100 vehicular parking spaces.
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.
Basecamp is inspired by the natural beauty and wonder of Central Oregon, reflecting the heritage of Bend, all in the best location in town.
This beautiful community has apartments accessible for those with mobility challenges and accessible to the hearing and sight impaired.
820 Yesler is an affordable housing development including 83 units and extensive green construction.
Town Center Greens by the nonprofit Central City Concern, is a three-story apartment building that provides affordable housing, plus social
OSU-Cascades is a sustainable campus that is fully integrated with the community while retaining the environment.
Orchards at Orenco Phase II completes two thirds of the vision for affordable, transit-oriented affordable living in Orenco Station.
Couch 9 is an 11-story mixed-use, multi-unit housing tower with ground floor retail and two levels of sub-grade parking.
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.
Providence John Gabriel is housing for low income seniors and will also include a full medical clinic.
Plaza Roberto Maestas is a mixed-use, affordable housing community.
Mercy Othello Plaza is an affordable housing complex consisting of two six-story buildings.
The Lyon Building is a historic landmark building that was built in 1910 converted to apartments for the homeless.
Decibel is a mixed-use, affordable workforce housing community with high end retail on the ground level and a roof deck.
The Aloha Inn is a rehabilitation and transitional housing center with temporary housing available for homeless individuals.
Abbey Lincoln Court is a low-income housing community that includes apartments, townhomes and live-work units.
Compass on Dexter was developed to serve families at risk of homelessness and provides a place to live and play.
Compass at Ronald Commons is an affordable housing complex with 12 units especially reserved for veterans and their families.
The Pearl on Oyster Bay is a notable addition to the Bay Vista community in Bremerton, adding 81 units of affordable senior housing.
The seven-story Treehouse is octagonal in an effort to give all 70 of its units more of a “panoramic” view.
The Union is a 189,713 SF, seven-story mixed-use apartment building with 186 market-rate, for-rent apartments.
Hayashi Townhomes are an 8-unit property, plus two Accessory Dwelling Units, made up of three distinct unit concepts.
Interbay Place is a mixed use building with 97 units of supportive housing and includes staff offices and residential common areas.
Bridges at 11th is a transit-oriented, housing development named after the sky bridges that connect the three buildings.
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.
Orchards at Orenco is the largest Passive House Certified building in North America.
The Abigail consists of 127 affordable and 28 market-rate apartment homes in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon.
12th Avenue Arts features 88 affordable apartments, performing arts space, community space, and local retail - all under one roof.
Grant Park Village includes a New Seasons grocery, 211 apartments and a 269-stall parking garage.
Originally built in 1905, the Bronaugh is listed on the historic registry and is one of the oldest remaining apartments in Portland.
Centerpiece of the west campus, Lander Hall promotes community in a revitalized neighborhood.
ArtHouse is contemporary student housing for Pacific Northwest College of Art on the North Park Blocks in the arts-focused Pearl District.
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.
An exceptional mix of historical and new construction involves careful preservation of the 1931 BelRoy Apartments.
For 80 formerly homeless women and men, it offers a permanent place to call home, along with counseling and healthcare services.
Sand Point Housing is affordable housing built inside Magnuson Park Historic Landmark district.
Alder Hall provides 603 beds of new student housing in 195,000 SF meeting LEED Gold Certification.
Poplar Hall houses 278 students in 96,882 SF and incorporates a large common kitchen for student use adjacent to the main lounge space.
The 358,000 SF, 16-story University Pointe at College Station aids PSU’s evolution from commuter school to thriving residential campus.
The New Nativity House will bring three programs that serve homeless people into one spot, and add 50 units of permanent housing.
Anthem on 12th is the first private development of the Yesler Terrace redevelopment, one of the most ambitious neighborhood revitalizations
Called the Family Village, the award-winning community will be able to help people with not only affordable housing, but also job training.
Ernestine Anderson Place, named after the local female jazz legend, provides housing and services for low-income and homeless seniors.
52,130 SF; 43 one-bedroom and nine two-bedroom units on four floors over 26 partially below grade parking stalls; the garage level is 6,279
Built to the 2030 Challenge this affordable housing for families in the downtown Portland Pearl District is highly energy efficient.
Sequoia Mental Health Services provides 14 residential units and 16,000 SF of clinical and administrative services space for the nonprofit.
Holmes Hall features many high-end finishes, a central community stair, a game room and multipurpose rooms.
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.