DNDA Housing

DNDA owns and operates the following properties:

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Brandon Court

Brandon Court was the first affordable housing project completed by DNDA and included 17 townhouse condominiums for sale to first time homebuyers on top of 4,500 square feet of commercial space. DNDA provided down payment assistance to four of the buyers who would not have been able to purchase their first home without it.  It is located on the corner of Delridge Way SW and Brandon.  There are three commercial spaces on the ground floor and owner occupied condo units above.  These units were sold to first time homeowners, and included down payment assistance to ensure the original owners were low income.  DNDA owns all of the commercial units.
2

Centerwood

As part of an acquisition and rehabilitation project in 2002, DNDA received funding from the City of Seattle and State of Washington to purchase three apartment buildings in Delridge. Centerwood is now fully refurbished and provides 12 units of affordable housing to families.

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Cooper Artist Housing

The dynamic Youngstown Cultural Arts Center in the renovated historic Frank B. Cooper School provides 36 affordable live/work studios for rent to artists of all disciplines. The ground floor houses the Youngstown Cultural Arts Center which provides arts programming focusing on youth and the many cultures of the surrounding Delridge community.
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Croft Place Townhomes

Croft Place is more than quality, affordable housing. Its design encourages community building among residents through support programs, a central courtyard and play space and a 1,600 sq. ft. community building. In a society that often sees environmental sensitivity and open space preservation as unaffordable luxuries, Croft Place stands out as a model of sustainability, built to high standards of energy and water efficiency, air quality and materials. It provides 21 large families with quality, community-oriented housing. Seven of the 21 units are reserved for families transitioning from homelessness.
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Delridge Heights

As part of an acquisition and rehabilitation project in 2002, DNDA received funding from the City of Seattle and State of Washington to purchase three apartment buildings in Delridge. Delridge Heights apartment is now fully refurbished and provides 10 units affordable housing to families.

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Holden Manor

As part of an acquisition and rehabilitation project in 2002, DNDA received funding from the City of Seattle and State of Washington to purchase three apartment buildings in Delridge. Holden Manor is now fully refurbished and provides 10 units of affordable housing to families.

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One Community Commons

The One Community Commons located above the food bank offers 34 units of family housing. Seven of the units are for families transitioning from homelessness and five units are reserved for developmentally disabled.