Tag Archives: Affordable Housing

Protesters Convene on Landlord Convention and Rep. Macri Announces Support for Rent Control

by Will Sweger

Tuesday morning inside the concrete and glass walls of the Washington State Convention Center was a completely unremarkable scene. Men and women, dressed in business casual, their names displayed hanging on lanyards around their necks, made rounds on the carpeted hallways and complained about uncomfortable chairs.  Continue reading Protesters Convene on Landlord Convention and Rep. Macri Announces Support for Rent Control

Mercy Housing’s New Transit-Oriented Complex Already At Capacity

by Kelsey Hamlin

Near the Link light rail’s Othello Station, a passerby can easily spot a new red and grey apartment building called Othello Plaza, seemingly compatible with the other developments directly surrounding it.

However, Othello Plaza is considered affordable, received over 2,000 applications and only accepted approximately 100. Othello Plaza is now full, containing 53 two-bedrooms and 10 three-bedrooms. Continue reading Mercy Housing’s New Transit-Oriented Complex Already At Capacity