Runberg Architecture Group
   

Case Study: Housing

Ernestine Anderson Place

Located in Seattle’s Central District, Ernestine Anderson Place provides 61 units of affordable housing for homeless and low-income seniors ages 55 and up.  The building features studio and one bedroom units.  The ground floor includes community space for residents, with an exercise room, a library with internet-enabled computers and an outside patio garden area.  Low Income Housing Institute partnered with Sound Mental Health to provide case management for tenants in need of support services.

Client: Low Income Housing Institute
Status: Completed 2013
Total sf: 43,489
Residential sf: 27,438
Residential Units: 61