Pacific Pearl Supportive Housing

South Bend, WA

owner:

Joint Pacific County Housing Authority

square footage:

13,000 sf 

completion:

2010

construction cost:

$1,560,000

NAHRO Award of Merit 2011
Evergreen Sustainable Dev. Stds.

 

Protecting Families

The Pacific Pearl provides 15 apartments in 2 buildings designed to fit in the single family neighborhood in South Bend, WA.  Ten units are managed by Crisis Center for survivors of domestic violence.  The units open onto a central courtyard and play area designed around a large existing evergreen tree.  Featuring large windows and a warm color palette, Pacific Pearl creates an uplifting environment for its residents.

Designed to Evergreen Sustainable Development Standards, the units use 15% less energy than the WA State Energy Code.  Solar panels are installed on the south facing roofs and provide energy for the administration and counseling offices, laundry room, and community space.

 

owner:

Joint Pacific County Housing Authority

square footage:

13,000 sf 

completion:

2010

construction cost:

$1,560,000

NAHRO Award of Merit 2011
Evergreen Sustainable Dev. Stds.


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