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June 1, 2015
August Wilson Place is a 57-unit apartment project at 204 111th Ave. N.E. in Bellevue, named for the Pulitzer Prize winning African-American playwright.
The units are studios, studio-plus, two-bedroom and three-bedroom, and range from 349 to 1,059 square feet. Twelve units are for homeless people, eight are for veterans, and three are for families with developmental disabilities. The apartments are open to people making at or below 60 percent of the area median income.
It also has a community room, computer lab, gathering space and 23 stalls of underground parking.
The project meets the state's Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard.
Owner: Low Income Housing Institute
Architect, landscape architect: GGLO
Contractor: Synergy Construction
Civil engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers
MEP engineer: Rushing
Building envelope: RDH Building Sciences
Acoustical engineer: JGL Acoustics
Mechanical consultant: Emerald Aire
Structural consultant: Michael Nouwens Structural Consultants
Other team members: Geotech Consultants, Rob's Electric, Rightway Plumbing, and Fire Sprinklers Inc.
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