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Anacortes Family Center

20 Apartments

  • 1019 26th Street (Across from Island Hospital)

  • Four stories

    • First-floor childcare center
      (for up to 35 children)

  • Studio, one- and two-bedrooms

  • Preference given to local households

  • Households must make under 60% of Area Median Income ($35,621 for a family of four)

  • AFC owns the property

  • $4-$4.5 million total cost

    • ($3 million supported by measure)

  • Construction to begin late 2020, project is shovel ready

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Anacortes Housing Authority

5 Townhouses

  • 19th Street between O Avenue and Commercial

  • Five three-story townhomes

  • AHA owns the property

  • $1.5-$1.65 million total cost

  • Construction could begin after funding, shovel ready

  • Project modeled on already constructed townhouses, built around the state

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Anacortes Housing Authority

Olson Building Restoration

  • Preserves historic facade

  • Corner of 3rd St. and Commerical

  • Retained first floor commercial space

  • 15-20 apartments on second floor

  • $3.5-4 million total cost; leverages additional dollars

  • AHA owned property

Supported Projects

The 1/10th of 1% sales tax increase will help fund three local projects chosen by our City Council, owned and operated by the Anacortes Housing Authority and the Anacortes Family Center.

Paid for by Yes4Housing | 1004 Commercial Avenue #825 Anacortes, WA 98221 | yes4housing@outlook.com