On May 31st, Beacon hosted a lunch to celebrate the Topping Off of Wenatchee Supportive Housing.
The project will provide 67 units of affordable supportive housing in the rural Wenatchee, WA . The project sets aside (16) 811 PRAC units for people with disabilities, another (33) units are set aside for homeless families with children. The projects incomes will be restricted households at or below 30%, 40% and 60% of area median income. The four-story building will consist of 25 one-bedroom, 20 two-bedroom and 22 three-bedroom units. Each floor will be equipped with common laundry facilities and the ground floor includes office space for property management and residential case management staff with a large community space for residents. The location offers scenic views, overlooking the Wenatchee valley with the Columbia River to the East and the Central Cascades to the Southwest.
Catholic Charities Housing Services is the project sponsor and the list of funders includes WA State Housing Trust Fund, 811 PRAC, WSHFC Low Income Housing Tax Credits, National Equity Fund (NEF), City of Wenatchee, Catholic Charities Diocese of Yakima, and Chelan-Douglas County. The completion date is scheduled for December 2019.