Posted: Friday, March 18, 2016 4:00 am by The Mountain Express| by Ryan Thorne
Two 1,400-square-foot units to be built at Sixth and Oak in Bellevue
The city of Bellevue has given the green light to a community-housing project on the corner of Sixth and Oak streets. Work will begin once ARCH Community Housing Trust obtains a suitable contractor bid.
The city of Bellevue has approved plans to build community housing on the corner of Sixth and Oak streets, despite opposition from some neighbors.
Each of the two 1,400-square-foot, townhouse-style rental apartments will have three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
Michelle Griffith, executive director of ARCH Community Housing Trust, which is spearheading the development, said the apartments will increase property values in the immediate area.
“The average per home increases from $116,002 to $124,617, a 7 percent increase,” she said. Read the full article here.