Providence John Gabriel House
Completed: March 2017
Construction Cost: $16,000,000
Square Footage: 87,000 SF
Client: Providence Supportive Housing
Providence John Gabriel House is a 5-story, 75-unit affordable senior housing & mixed-use project in downtown Redmond that contains a PACE (Program for All-Inclusive Care of the Elderly) facility.
This mixed-use facility is the resulting product of many years of effort by so many! Providence is the Owner & Operator of the building, Shelter Resources, Inc. and Bellwether Housing are involved as the project and owner developers, SAGE Architectural Alliance is the Architect, Walsh Construction is the General Contractor and the City of Redmond maintains ownership of the land. Funding is provided by ARCH (A Regional Coalition for Housing), King County Finance and Washington State Housing Finance Commission’s 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits.
Prior to the start of the project, the City-owned site was well studied and evaluated, with assistance from ARCH, to determine the most appropriate future use of the site – Senior Housing was the determination of the study. In 2013, the project was awarded, through the RFP process, to the Providence-Shelter-SAGE team. The Team’s proposal not only included senior housing but added the PACE component. Bellwether and Walsh Construction were later added to the project team.
Construction of the $16M project started in the Fall of 2015 and is scheduled for completion by Spring of 2017.
The project site is well suited for a Senior Community with its proximity to the QFC & Bella Bottega Shopping Center, Redmond Library, Redmond City Hall & Municipal Campus plus many other adjacent and nearby services including banking, medical, recreational and banking facilities. In turn, the Redmond Senior Housing and PACE Facility add to the neighborhood and help create the feel of a vibrant, walkable urban senior village.
In addition to the PACE component, common lobbies, plazas, secure underground parking and various on-site amenities are provided. A City-wide pedestrian pathway also runs through the site.