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September 20, 2022

Expansion planned for enhanced shelter and services hub on 6.8 acres in SoDo

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Aeriel view of the shelter site which, when complete, will provide over 400 beds.

In 2020, as a direct result of the pandemic, King County opened a 24/7 enhanced shelter at 1033 Sixth Ave. S. in SoDo. Operated by the Salvation Army, the shelter has beds for 270 people, 40 bathrooms and support services that include a 24/7 sobering center and mobile medical and behavioral health units. Now the county is planning to add more beds and provide additional support services at the 6.8-acre site.

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