• 45 homes for low-income families & 15 units of affordable workforce housing in Kirkland.
    47.7098546 -122.1724789

View all projects

Francis Village

12601 NE 124th St.
Kirkland, WA 98034

Francis Village is a new construction project with 60 units of multifamily housing serving homeless families.  Common Ground packaged the project to tax credit investors and public funders.  Common Ground was able to secure a high price for the sale of tax credits, add project-based rental assistance into the deal, and close on construction financing.  The project will provide 45 homes for homeless families and 15 units of affordable workforce housing in Kirkland.

Project Sponsor

Imagine Housing (formerly St. Andrew’s Housing Group)

Communities Served
  • Low-income and formerly homeless adults and families
Number and Types of Units 60 units of permanent supportive housing
Cost $16 million
Funding Sources
  • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
  • King County Veterans/Human Services
  • Deferred Developer Fee
  • Washington State Housing Trust Fund
  • Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) 9%
  • Washington Community Reinvestment Association (WCRA)
  • ARCH
  • Washington State HOME Funds
Project Team Architect: Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects
General Contractor: Inland Construction Company
Green Building Features Rooftop garden
Rain planters allowing rain runoff to percolate through vegetation and filter out pollutants
Low voltage lighting and energy monitors enabling residents to see their daily energy consumed in their building and their homes
Opening Date March 2012


View more projects like this in category:

Red Marker Formerly Homeless