• Multiple partnerships led to these 15 units of housing with supportive services for low-income people who have experienced domestic violence.
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Pacific Pearl

330 Broadway Ave.
South Bend, WA 98577

We provided full housing development consulting for Joint Pacific County Housing Authority enabling them to meet a specific and vital need in their community: homes for survivors of domestic violence.  Pacific Pearl now offers housing and supportive services for low-income survivors of domestic violence.  It is safe and affordable housing that promotes independent living for its residents.  The building is a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and was possible through the cooperation of multiple partners, the Crisis Support Network, City of South Bend, Pacific County, the State of Washington, Longview Housing Authority and Joint Pacific County Housing Authority.

Project Sponsor

Joint Pacific County Housing Authority

Communities Served
  • Formerly homeless and low-income survivors of domestic violence and their families
Number and Types of Units 15 units of permanent supportive housing
Cost $3.37 million
Funding Sources
  • Housing Enhancement Grant
  • Washington State Housing Trust Fund
  • Impact Capital
  • Local and County Funds
Project Team Architect: ARC Architects
General Contractor: Team Construction
Awards 2011 Agency Award of Merit - NAHRO
2011 Nominee for a National Award of Excellence - NAHRO
Opening Date April 2010


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