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January 19, 2022

First residents move into LIHI's Boylston Apartments

Photo courtesy of Low Income Housing Institute [enlarge]
The seven-story building has 60 units.

Back in September, the Low Income Housing Institute announced that it would be purchasing three new construction properties to help deal with the homeless crisis. These properties were purchased with the help of state funding as part of Washington's Rapid Capital Housing Acquisition program and marked an innovation in methods to deal with homelessness through the purchase of nearly completed new buildings.

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