The Ernestine Anderson Place grand opening happened on Friday, February 8. This is a Low Income Housing Institute center providing housing and support services to 60 low-income and homeless seniors. Rushing provided MEP design assist services for the project.
In additional news coming out of LIHI, the City of Seattle restored and increased funding to the Urban Rest Stop program which provides day services for homeless people. Rushing is pleased to have performed full MEP design services as a part of the next Urban Rest Stop at LIHI’s Ballard site. The existing Urban Rest Stop site is located at 1924 Ninth Avenue.
Check out LIHI’s February 13 newsletter for more about both announcements.