DNDA currently owns seven buildings in the Delridge area of West Seattle with a total of 144 units for rent. All of our buildings offer housing that is less expensive than for-profit buildings so that families needing affordable housing can always live in Delridge.
DNDA owns a variety of rental properties in the Delridge community. With these properties, DNDA’s goals are:
- to offer housing that is less expensive than for-profit buildings so that families needing affordable housing can always live in Delridge
- to take good care of the properties that we own so that they are comfortable to live in, and assets to the community
The City of Seattle establishes the rent charged for DNDA housing. We primarily serve families making 30 – 50% of area median income. Please click here for current income and rent limits.
Brandon Court was DNDA’s first neighborhood development project. This mixed-use property was developed to provide space for neighborhood services and to provide an opportunity for first-time homebuyers. 17 townhouse condominiums, some of which were reserved for income-qualified, first-time homebuyers, are on the upper floors of the building. The first-floor commercial space, owned by DNDA, is currently home to SouthWest Early Learning, a bilingual preschool.
Located next to Brandon Court on Delridge Way, McLean Commons sits on the floors above the Delridge Library. At McLean Commons, 19 units of affordable housing units are reserved for income-eligible renters. Residents at McLean Commons have convenient access to the Delridge Library on the ground floor, the Delridge Grocery Co-op across the street, as well as the natural spaces of Longfellow Creek and Camp Long.
Centerwood Apartments are located directly off Delridge Way in the Roxhill/Delridge community. The building provides 12 two-bed units of affordable housing to income-eligible families. Residents of Centerwood have convenient access to shopping at Westwood Village, facilities at Chief Sealth High School, as well as the lush and expansive Westcrest Park.
COOPER ARTIST HOUSING
Cooper Artist Housing is located off Delridge Way, sitting on the top floors of the dynamic Youngstown Cultural Arts Center in the historic Frank B. Cooper School. The ground floor of the Youngstown Cultural Arts Center provides affordable space for non-profit focusing on arts programming and youth development. The upper three floors provides 36 affordable live/work studios to artists of various disciplines. Residents at the Historic Cooper School have easy access to the surrounding natural spaces in Delridge, such as Longfellow Creek and Puget Park, as well as the Delridge playfield across the street.
CROFT PLACE TOWNHOMES
In a quiet, residential neighborhood, the Croft Place community sits down from a slope off 21st Ave, surrounded by trees. Croft Place’s environmentally sustainable design encourages community building among residents through a large central courtyard, play space, and a community building. Croft Place has 21 affordable units for families, 7 of which are reserved for families transitioning from homelessness. Nearby, the residents have access to more natural areas, including Longfellow Creek and the Riverview Playfield.
Delridge Heights sits conveniently off the Delridge Way arterial, with easy access to White Center and the rest of West Seattle. The building provides 12 units of affordable housing for families wanting a studio, one or two-bedroom apartment home. Residents of Delridge Heights have easy access to shopping at Westwood village and White Center, as well as the expansive Westcrest Park several blocks away.
Holden Manor is located off Holden Street in the residential heart of Delridge, yet still within proximity to the amenities that Delridge has to offer. The building provides 10 units of affordable housing for families wanting a one or two bedroom apartment home. Walking distance from Holden Manor is Riverview Playfield and its ballfields, tennis courts, and play area.
ONE COMMUNITY COMMONS
One Community Commons is located off Morgan Street, close to the bustle of West Seattle. Sitting above the West Seattle Food Bank, the building offers 34 units of family housing, 7 of which are for families transitioning from homelessness and 5 units are reserved for developmentally disabled residents. Residents at One Community Commons have easy access to the parks at High Point, as well as the commerce of California Ave.