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Hobson Place: PH Supportive Housing in Seattle

Hobson Place: PH Supportive Housing in Seattle

Hobson Place will be the first supportive housing project in Washington State to achieve Passive House certification (currently Phius Pre-Certified), providing permanent supportive housing for 177 individuals exiting homelessness. The project will combine independent living with wrap-around services – including on-site caseworkers, a computer lab, and a 24,000 sf facility for primary and behavioral healthcare that will serve both residents and the community. This important, "proof-of-concept" project in Seattle was designed by Runberg Architecture Group and built by Walsh Construction, with QA/QC by Evergreen Certified.

Join us on March 16 to get the details about Hobson Place from Sharon Libby of Walsh Construction and Greta Tjeltveit of Evergreen Certified, part of the women-led team that made the project happen.

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