CURRENT AND RECENT PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT

Compass Housing Alliance builds and maintains high quality, affordable housing for individuals and families who are formerly homeless or have been unable to afford market rate housing in the Seattle/King County area. Our projects in development and recently completed projects are:

Ronald Commons
Compass on Dexter
Dekko Place at Gethsemane (complete)
Nyer Urness House in Ballard
(complete)

 

Ronald Commons

Location: Shoreline, WA
Project Details:  A mixed-use development with 62 units of permanent housing for individuals and families whose incomes are at or below 30% or 50% of Area Median Income and a 12,000 SF Hopelink Service Center that will include emergency feeding services, adult education classes, energy assistance and emergency financial assistance programs to residents of Lake Forest Park and Shoreline.
Status: Site Acquisition and Preconstruction Phase

Ronald Commons FAQs

Revised Site Plan (8/23/2013):

Ronald Commons revised site plan 8-23-13

 

Affordable Housing Information
Affordable Housing – Impact of Density
Affordable Housing – Impact of Parking
Affordable Housing – Impact on Property Values

Compass on Dexter

Location: South Lake Union neighborhood
Project Details: Housing with supportive services for 72 very low-income households
Status: Construction to begin July 2013.  Completion September 2014.

UPDATE HERE:

Neighborhood Update 2014 Q2

The Dekko Place at Gethsemane Lutheran – COMPLETE

Dekko Place at Gethsemane Lutheran

Location: 911 Stewart St, Downtown Seattle
Project Details:

  • 50 units of affordable housing
  • 10 units set aside for homeless individuals
  • 10 units set aside for people with disabilities
  • Development partnership with Gethsemane Lutheran Church

Status:  The building opened May 2012.   See construction photos here.

 

Nyer Urness House in Ballard – COMPLETE

Pastor Nyer Urness

Location: 1753 NW 56th St, Seattle, WA 98107
Project details: 80 units of service-enriched housing for homeless individuals.
Status: Opened April 2013.

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