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Chief Seattle Club

Chief Seattle Club ?al?al

Urban/Mixed Use

Address: 108 2nd Avenue Extension South
Completion Date: 2021
Funding Sources: Investor Equity: 9% LIHTC, Capital Campaign, City of Seattle, King County, WA State HTF, FHLB, Seattle Equitable Development Fund, Building Communities Fund
Population Served: Homeless, focus on serving urban Native individuals earning incomes up to 30% AMI
Total Budget: $33,550,000
Contractor: Walsh Construction
Architect: Jones & Jones Architects

Chief Seattle Club is developing a mixed-use affordable housing project next door to our current location in Pioneer Square. The building will be designed to honor the rich Native heritage in Seattle and Pioneer Square that reaches back to the founding of the city and to the extended history of the Coast Salish people. The eight-story building will include CSC program spaces and a gallery/café, a primary care clinic operated by Seattle Indian Health Board and 80 units of housing. SIxty units will serve people who are homeless. The remaining 20 units will serve people who need deeply affordable housing. The project will provide a portion of the units with rental assistance so that some individuals pay no more than 30% of their income for rent. The project will be designed to support the physical, cultural and spiritual needs of people in the Native community and will serve people with a range of housing and service needs. Housing-based case management will be provided onsite and residents will have access to the community supports and services that are provided at Chief Seattle Club.