Case Study: Housing
Abbey Lincoln Court
The Central District’s Abbey Lincoln Court includes 68 workforce housing units and two live-work units. Proximity to transit, parks, and retail at 23rd Avenue South and South Jackson Street allows for convenience and walkability. The lobby and the common areas of the adjacent building spill out into a shared courtyard with Ernestine Anderson Place, also designed by Runberg Architecture Group. The building’s grey-blue cladding provides a subtle color contrast to Ernestine Anderson Place bold red design.
Abbey Lincoln Court named "Project of the Week"
1.9.17 Daily Journal of Commerce: Abbey Lincoln Court offers 68 units of workforce housing and two live-work units in Seattle’s Central District, at 2010 S. Jackson St.
Client: Low Income Housing Institute
Status: Completed 2016
Total sf: 50,726
Residential sf: 49,575