Bellevue Supportive Housing Project Begins

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Rendering of completed project. Photo courtesy: hoist.arch by @notionworkshop/Instagram

Plymouth Housing is a nonprofit developer and operator of permanent supportive housing and has announced the groundbreaking of their first building in Bellevue, according to Valleyrecord.com and the Issaquah Reporter.

Plymouth Housing has partnered with Congregations for the Homeless.

This building will provide 92 apartments for chronically homeless adults, a 100-bed men's shelter that Congregations for the Homeless will run, and 353 units of affordable housing operated by Inland Group.

A multi-faceted housing campus will provide "solutions to address the needs of those experiencing homelessness by offering a range of services and housing options".

King County Councilmember Claudia Balducci did not let it be known that additional units were being built for the homeless during her hosted zoom meeting on Thursday after concerns of the homeless bringing in more trouble to neighborhoods had been raised.  She was quoted as referring to the Eastgate campus in Bellevue in another publication. 


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