Alternate Bid Project 10 - Holly Park Redevelopment
Project description: The Holly Park redevelopment is one of the largest municipal public-housing redevelopment projects in U.S. history. It includes both for-sale and rental housing in a variety of multi-family configurations, including duplexes, four-plexes and eight-plexes. The overall plan calls for three phases totalling 1,200 housing units, parks and other amenities at a total cost of between $160 million and $180 million. Included is the complete demolition of existing housing, removal and replacement of underground utilities and services, and new roadwork. The first phase includes 454 units, a central community park and a community resource center.
Holly Park Redevelopment|
The project is being developed as a public-private partnership between the Seattle Housing Authority and Popkin Development of Seattle. It is being built under a construction management joint-venture between Absher Construction Co. and Pacific Components (Absher-Pacific).
Holly Park was originally built in the early 1940s as temporary housing for WWII defense workers.
Address: 102 acres in South Seattle.
Original contract amount: $53.7 million (Phase I).
Start of construction: July 1997 (Phase I).
Expected completion date: December 1999 (Phase I).
Contractors: Absher-Pacific: Absher Construction Co., 1001 Shaw Road, Puyallup, WA 98372, (253) 845-9544; Pacific Components, 1227 S. Weller, Seattle, WA 98144, (206) 323-2700.
Architect: (Housing) Weinstein/Copeland Architects, 121 Stewart St., Suite 200 Seattle WA 98101-1000, (206) 443-8606; (Community center) ARC Architects, 1101 E. Pike St. Seattle WA 98122-3915, (206) 322-3322.
Owner: Seattle Housing Authority.
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