Wednesday, April 22, Noon – 1:30pm
12th Avenue Arts, Pike-Pine Meeting Room
1620 12th Avenue, Suite 206, 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98122
The agenda will include reporting on program activities, presentation of the annual budget for the current fiscal year and annual statement for the previous year’s fiscal affairs
Capitol Hill Housing’s main office will be closed starting at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, December 24, 2014. The office will remain closed on December 25th and 26th.
Regular office hours will resume on Monday, December 29th.
Capitol Hill Housing will hold a special meeting of the Property Management Committee at The Elizabeth James (EJSH) 109 23rd Avenue East from 12-1pm on Tuesday June 3rd.
The Capitol Hill Housing main office will be closing at 2:00 pm today.
Thank you and have a pleasant Memorial Day weekend.
The Staff of Capitol Hill Housing
Capitol Hill Housing will hold a special meeting of the Asset Management Committee at the Elizabeth James (EJSH) 109 23rd Avenue East from 12-1pm Tuesday May 6th.
Thank you, Capitol Hill Housing
Capitol Hill Housing seeks to develop a mixed-use building featuring affordable apartments along with commercial space at 24th and Union in the Central District.
Recently the City and community have come together for a neighborhood planning effort focused on the 23rd Avenue commercial corridor. Working with many city departments, the community has identified several priorities for the area. Two important priorities are the need for affordable housing and space for local businesses. This development would address both of these community identified needs.
Many lower income households are finding it difficult to remain in their neighborhoods in the face of rising rents. The development of affordable housing for low-income families at 24th and Union would help create critically needed affordability in the Central District. As in other CHH properties, leasing the ground-floor retail space to local businesses would be prioritized.
From 1968 to 1988, this site housed Liberty Bank, which was a financial institution that served the African American community. Capitol Hill Housing recognizes the importance of the site, and is working with the community to honor the history of Liberty Bank and to memorialize its cultural significance.
The Capitol Hill Housing main office will be closed for appointments on Friday, March 28th due to an office-wide meeting. Thank you for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Capitol Hill Housing 2014 Annual Meeting
February 10, 2014, 6:00 – 7:00pm
420 E Pike St
The agenda will include reporting on program activities, presentation of the annual budget for the current fiscal year and annual statement for the previous year’s fiscal affairs.
Please note, the Community Forum, our annual panel discussion of a neighborhood issue (formerly held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting) will take place this Spring – date to be announced.
The Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program (CHH) seeks nominations of qualified board member candidates from the Capitol Hill community. Capitol Hill Housing will maintain an active list of candidates for ongoing consideration.
The CHH Board is comprised of 15 members who serve three year terms. Qualifications include demonstrated leadership ability and knowledge and skills from experience or training in one or more of the following areas: real estate development, property and asset management, special needs populations, community development, finance, budget, policy development, strategic planning, management/administration, capital development, corporate governance, marketing, negotiation, fundraising, grant‐writing and accounting or such other skills as the Board may identify.
CHH seeks candidates who demonstrate the following abilities and characteristics: credibility with the professional community and government entities with which the Program works; reliability, sound judgment, flexibility and creativity; ability to work effectively and cooperatively with other Board members, staff, community individuals, and groups with diverse backgrounds and philosophies; ability to make difficult decisions on behalf of the Program; and ability to take a multi‐cultural perspective and to support strategies that enhance a diverse, sustainable Capitol Hill community.
Prospective candidates should demonstrate a commitment and willingness to commit time and personal resources; willingness to serve on Board committees; willingness to represent the Program at community functions; and commitment to the Program’s express core purpose and values.
Interested parties should submit their resume and a statement of interest to Executive Director, Capitol Hill Housing at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than January 15, 2014.