This 80-unit, independent living, senior community was the first phase of a multi-generational campus. Located in SeaTac, the four-acre parcel was divided into two, accommodating the senior housing and a community services building. The site master plan provides shared amenities such as a p-patch and intergenerational programs with the neighboring childcare and community centers. Funding for Angle Lake included low-income housing tax credits and Washington Housing Trust Fund dollars.
|Client:||Compass Housing Alliance|
|Program:||80 one- and two- bedroom units|
|Highlights:||Full-sized kitchens and dishwashers in each units|