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June 29, 2023
As planned, Housing Diversity Corporation, Neiman Taber Architects and STS Construction Services broke ground Tuesday on a 202-unit workforce housing project in the International District. Various city officials also attended the ceremonial event at 701 S. Jackson St. A new project name should emerge during construction, which should take about two years. Future rents will be affordable to renters earning in a range from 40% to 90% of area median income. That works out to around $846 per month at the low end. Sixty-six units will be congregates, with private bathrooms. The rest will range from SEDUs to one-bedrooms. At grade will be 3,741 square feet of retail. Tenants will have a bike room and two roof decks. No parking is planned, but the shoring and excavation will coincide with the removal of contaminated soil from past use as a garage and gas station.