Located in North Bend, WA, these homes are slated to be built and you could be one of the first new homeowners! The homes are conveniently located near various parks including William Henry Taylor Park, Torguson Park, Riverfront Park, Si View Park and EJ Roberts Park. Within a short distance, there are a variety of shops and restaurants to choose from. The homes also have access to multiple bus routes within a few block radius. There are numerous public, charter, and private school options nearby.
Located in the Lake City neighborhood of Seattle, low-income homeowners living at Habitat 35th will enjoy a reasonable commute to many job centers, excellent schools, shops and services within walking distance, and an active and caring community. These townhomes will be eco-friendly with healthy indoor environments, built to evergreen Sustainable Development Standards. This project has been split into 2 phases.
In an area with an average home price over $680,000 and rising, these homes will ensure that low-income individuals and families continue to have a place to build lives in Seattle.
Located in the Loyal Heights neighborhood of Seattle, this project will give seven families a place to live in an area with high opportunity. The land was donated by the City of Seattle as part of Mayor Durkan’s Housing Seattle Now Initiative. Through Habitat’s homeownership model, seven homes will be constructed for low-income families under 80% of the Area Median Income. These homes will meet green building criteria for sustainability and be designed and constructed to ensure healthy, low-cost maintenance homes.
The city of Pacific currently has only five 3-bedroom homes for sale under $350,000; this project will add much needed affordable housing stock to the south part of King County. The homes slated will be some of the only new, permanent, single-family housing solutions suitable and affordable for low-income families.