Tag Archives: Low Income Housing

Arbora Court: A dream decades in the making begins to come true

A little over three years ago, Bellwether Housing invited Weber Thompson to partner in the design and development of a piece of land owned by University Christian Church (UCC). In collaboration with Compass Alliance Housing, Bellwether Housing has been helping … Continue reading

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Breaking Ground at Arbora Court

On September 20th, Weber Thompson joined Bellwether Housing, members of the University Christian Church congregation, public officials, and community members to celebrate the groundbreaking of Arbora Court. Years in the making, this new affordable family housing project will be home … Continue reading

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Small but Mighty: Making a Big Impact with Tiny Houses

As Architects and designers in Seattle, we see how a demand for housing in our city is affecting cost and availability, and contributing to an increase in homelessness. According to the 2016 “One Night Count” there were 10,047 people homeless … Continue reading

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Closer to Home: bringing more affordable housing to Seattle

On Thursday, October 8th, Weber Thompson team members and guests attended Bellwether Housing’s annual Closer to Home fundraising breakfast at Benaroya Hall. After some early morning mingling and coffee, the program began with opening remarks from Doug Daley, Bellwether’s new … Continue reading

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A home for all: Supporting affordable housing in King County

Five Weber Thompson staff and five guests joined 700 others in support of affordable housing at the Housing Development Consortium’s 7th annual member celebration luncheon. The HDC is a non-profit organization whose mission we strongly support: to promote collaboration and … Continue reading

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Living Future 2015 unConference Recap

Earlier this month, several representatives from Weber Thompson attended the Living Future unConference, a three-day forum for discussing sustainable design solutions to global social and environmental issues. The annual conference brings together some of the most progressive minds in the … Continue reading

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Housing affordability | WT staff adopt families | Terry Thomas inspires local artist

The Terry Thomas inspires local artist Lisa Daniels, a local artist who creates paintings inspired by architectural spaces, toured The Terry Thomas a couple of months ago. Many details caught her eye and she decided to do multiple paintings. She … Continue reading

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Affordable housing best practices

On Wednesday, October 9th, Weber Thompson Principal Jeff Reibman will participate in a panel discussion of best practices and lessons learned for affordable housing construction during ‘Biggest Bang for your Buck: Round 3’ at the Housing Washington 2013 conference in … Continue reading

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$200 million for homes

In this holiday season it is prudent to raise our voices in support of housing for those who are not as fortunate. The Washington Low Income Housing Alliance has taken the initiative to advocate for the renewal of the state … Continue reading

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