Ronald Commons is a new affordable housing development in Shoreline at 178th Street between Aurora Avenue North and Linden Avenue North. The project includes a renovation of the Ronald United Methodist Church (RUMC) building and a new construction, mixed-use building that will include 60 units of affordable housing, owned and operated by Compass Housing Alliance, and a 12,000 square feet Integrated Service Center owned and operated by Hopelink.
The Integrated Service Center will include a food bank, family services, and financial education and assistance for low-income households. An internal courtyard, play area and walking path will create an integrated connection between the three program facilities.
THANK YOU to everyone who was able to join us for the Ronald Commons Grand Opening on Friday, February 17th. Event photos are forthcoming. For information about the project, click here.
- Ronald Commons – Overview
- Ronald Commons – Conceptual Site Plan
- Ronald Commons – FAQ Document
- Ronald Commons – Renderings
APPLYING FOR HOUSING:
Ronald Commons Housing Units are available to individuals and households at 50% Average Median Income (AMI) and 30% (AMI).
Compass is only able to accept Pre-Applications for the Ronald Commons Housing Units designated at 50% AMI. The individuals and households who are income eligible for these units are earning between $1,842 and $2,764 per month.
Ronald Commons Housing Units designated for individuals and households at 30% AMI are being referred through 2-1-1 in accordance with King County’s Coordinated Entry process.
Monthly Rent: Ronald Commons monthly rent charged for the 50% AMI units range from $791 for a studio unit to $1,174 for a 3 bedroom unit; monthly electric usage charge is not included in the rent amounts posted.
Tenant Based Voucher: CHA encourages individuals and households with Tenant Based subsidy vouchers to apply; regardless of income.
Questions? If you have a Ronald Commons application inquiry, please reach us at email@example.com or (206) 474-1450 (voicemail)