Habitat for Humanity breaks ground on affordable housing units

A new Habitat for Humanity housing development named Copper Pines has broken ground in Loyal Heights.

Copper Pines is being constructed on City-donated land (7750 28th Ave NW) as part of the Housing Seattle Now initiative. The new units will be three-story, three-bedroom, two-bath townhomes set to house seven families in 2022.

Habitat for Humanity of Seattle and King County CEO Brett D’Antonio and Sen. Reuven Carlyle at the groundbreaking

Habitat for Humanity is building the units with eco-friendly materials; the project will be certified to Evergreen Sustainable Development Standards.

The Housing Seattle Now initiative also includes a Phinney Ridge development—Homestead Community Land Trust will be building 19 condos on a donated parcel at 6109 Phinney Ave N.

Photos courtesy Habitat for Humanity


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