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Seattle Apartment Project Nears Completion, Begins Leasing

The seven-story, 82,000-square-foot project, called John Fox Place (formerly Nesbit), has begun leasing and is expected to finish in the coming months. The Low Income Housing Institute is nearing completion of its 104-unit project at 8700 Aurora Avenue N. in Seattle.

Named after the longtime housing advocate, John Fox Place is located in the Licton Springs neighborhood, within walking distance of Greenlake. It has a range of studio to 3-bedroom units for individuals and families at or below 50% or 60% Area Median Income (AMI).

Financing for the project came from Seattle’s Office of Housing, Red Stone Equity Partners, Umpqua Bank, the state’s Housing Trust Fund and the Washington State Housing Finance Commission, reported the Puget Sound Business Journal.

It was designed by architects Pyatok and Hewitt and built by general contractor Exxel Pacific. Other project members include Latitude 48 Engineers, Quantum Consulting Engineers, 4EA Engineering, O’Brien 360, A3 Acoustics, Geotech Consultants and McKinney Engineering.


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