Our ɁálɁal Together project, for Chief Seattle Club was host to an affordable housing press conference midday Tuesday! Speakers included Chief Seattle Club’s Executive Director Derrick Belgarde, MPA, Senator Maria Cantwell, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene, WA State Housing Finance Commission’s Executive Director Steve Walker, Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodards, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, and Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers.
We’re excited to announce Bellevue College Student Housing has received the Gold Nugget Grand Award for Best Student or Faculty Housing – On or Off-Campus Residential.
We are deeply grateful to be a part of the team for the Northwest Housing Alternatives Campus Redevelopment which will provide much needed affordable housing and services to families! The new and improved facilities will enable NHA to continue to provide crucial housing services for low-income families, veterans, seniors and people with special needs. The campus is one of our Partner Projects as O’Neill/Walsh Community Builders (OWCB) with O’Neill Construction Group) and designed by MWA Architects!
Congratulations to the project team for the OSU-Cascades Residence Hall and Dining Center scheduled to open Monday, January 9!
Excellent work by the teams from Oregon State University, American Campus Communities and SERA Architects! Many thanks to the WALSH team of Ryan Wilde, Hodge Kerr, Lane Lehrke, Eddie Sjogren, Beverly Culp and Patrick Dengsot, and all the staff and subcontractors involved in the work, for your dedicated, thoughtful and focused efforts! Please see the article published in the Cascade Business News at the link below.
American Baptist Homes of the West recently opened the Pearl on Oyster Bay senior apartments at 550 Russell Road, within the Bay Vista Hope VI neighborhood developed by the Bremerton Housing Authority on the old 83-acre Westpark public housing site.
Sound Transit is selling three-quarters of an acre near the Othello Link light-rail station to Mercy Housing Northwest so the not-for-profit developer can build a mixed-use building with 108 affordable apartments.
Emily Sproul had her heart set on Pacific University long before she set foot on campus.
After moving in Thursday, the freshman said the campus — especially her dorm room in brand-new Cascade Hall — didn’t disappoint.
“I showed up and it just blew me away how beautiful it is,” Sproul said. “All of the dorms were nice, but this is just amazing.”
The new 61,500 square-foot residence hall sleeps about 80 freshmen and 120 sophomores and is seeking LEED Gold certification as a green building.
With thousands of apartment units sprouting up within arm’s reach of each other throughout the city, competition among multifamily developers in Portland can be fierce. But up on Marquam Hill, opportunities for new development are scant.