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Compass Center

Seattle, WA (2005)

Completed in mid-2005, the buildings provide transitional housing for 78 men for up to one year, 23 units of permanent low-income housing, space to prepare 500-1000 meals for the homeless, mail and banking services for 500 individuals, hygiene services for 200-300 individuals, mental health services, substance abuse counseling and support, wellness services, case management, home for two other homeless service organizations and community space for residents.

COMMUNITY IMPACT
  • 40 FTE jobs
FINANCING SOURCES
  • NMTC amount: $4,075,000
  • Total Project Costs: $9,177,078
  • CDE: National Development Council
PROJECT LOCATION

210 Alaskan Way

Seattle, WA 98104

Project Description

Compass Center, an important transitional housing and homeless service center, in Seattle’s distressed Pioneer Square neighborhood was destroyed in a 2001 earthquake. The City and community wasted no time planning the repair of the original structure and the addition of a new facility. NDC’s investment is part of this comprehensive residential and social services project, involving 14 different financing sources and years of pre-development work. Completed in mid-2005, the buildings provide transitional housing for 78 men for up to one year, 23 units of permanent low-income housing, space to prepare 500-1000 meals for the homeless, mail and banking services for 500 individuals, hygiene services for 200-300 individuals, mental health services, substance abuse counseling and support, wellness services, case management, home for two other homeless service organizations and community space for residents.

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