Mercy Angle Lake Family Housing

Mercy Angle Lake Family Housing is a 130 unit mixed-used, affordable, and Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) located just south of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Its strategic location near the Angle Lake light-rail station, aims to reduce transportation costs for residents while addressing the critical need for affordable housing in an area that is starting to see development and growth.

The project features over 10,000 sf of street-level office space for The Arc of King County, a non-profit organization supporting people with disabilities, as well as additional office and residential services space for Mercy Housing Northwest.

Consisting of permanently affordable housing for families with incomes below 30%, 50%, and 60% of the area median income, the units are studios and one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, prioritizing family-sized accommodations. Additionally, they include 20 units designed for individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities, ensuring an inclusive environment. The project has 103 parking stalls for resident and commercial use, includes EV-charging stations, and around 43 bike parking spaces.

Situated on an irregular site, the building embraces its surroundings, featuring a resident courtyard facing the adjacent parking garage and a south-facing entry plaza with a secure bike cage.

  • Client

    Mercy Housing Northwest
  • Status

    Under Construction
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  • Partners

    • Walsh Construction
    • KPFF
    • Nakano Associates
    • Coughlin Porter Lundeen
    • 4EA Building Science
    • A3 Acoustics
    • O’Brien360