A new apartment building in Pioneer Square was purchased by King County in 2021. It’s expected to open as permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless people later this year.
(Karen Ducey / The Seattle Times)
(Karen Ducey / The Seattle Times)
Project Homeless

King County wants to add homeless housing while many of its buildings are still empty

The county has used more than $230 million from a sales tax to buy hotels and apartments to house 1,600 people. But only half of the 10 properties have residents in them. VIEW Updated

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