Located in the Lake City neighborhood of Seattle, low-income homeowners living at Habitat 35th will enjoy a reasonable commute to many job centers, excellent schools feeding into Nathan Hale High School, shops and services within walking distance, and an active and caring community. These townhomes will be eco-friendly with healthy indoor environments, built to evergreen Sustainable Development Standards.
As with the more than 390 new, low-income homeowners Habitat has served in King County, these new Lake City residents will receive financing from Habitat to ensure their housing costs are affordable. The property will be placed in a Land Trust ensuring permanent affordability for future generations and families. In an area with an average home price over $680,000 and rising, these homes will ensure that low-income individuals and families continue to have a place to build lives in Seattle.