Home for Good’s proposed design

At the Design Review Board meeting tonight, Home for Good presented its early proposal for an affordable green housing project at 1506 NW 62nd St. Home for Good is a non-profit striving to build “creative home ownership” projects throughout Seattle to “increase personal stability and community vitality.”

The proposal is for two structures: 1) a four-story building with 22 residential units and 700 sq. ft. of commercial space and 2) a two-unit residential townhouse-style building. There will be underground parking, and the existing single-family structures on the lot will be demolished. This is Home for Good’s first presentation to the board — they’ll be back in the coming weeks for another round. You can see the proposed design right here (.pdf file).

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