Last week, Northaven Senior Housing hosted a ground breaking ceremony for the new Northaven Three project, a partnership between Northaven and HumanGood. The $24.8 million project includes 82 units of affordable housing for low-income seniors in a campus setting with adjacent dining, health and social services. The 82 units is a mix of studios and 1-bedroom apartments that includes 20 units for seniors earning up to 30% AMI, 42 units for seniors earing up to 50% AMI, and 20 units for seniors earning up to 60% AMI. The project secured a HUD 202 award in 2019 as one of only 14 projects awarded nationally. The project will be located near the Northgate mall and less than a mile from the Northgate transit center and future light rail.
Northaven Senior Housing Executive Director Darlene Storti, Director of Development Bill Dorn, and Washington State Senator David Frockt were among the speakers who shared their gratitude for the project. Northaven Three is a partnership between Northaven Senior Housing and HumanGood Affordable Housing based on their aligned missions to provide high quality communities for seniors. The anticipated completion date is early 2022.