Redmond Swoops In To Save Kenmore’s Cancelled Low-Income Housing Project

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“The City of Redmond is acting quickly to keep 100 affordable homes on track to be built after a fully-formed plan to build them in Kenmore was derailed by the Kenmore City Council over the past few months. On Tuesday night, the Redmond City Council approved moving forward with a land transfer that will allow Plymouth Housing to construct 100 units of permanent supportive housing on a city-owned parcel in downtown Redmond. Redmond’s quick action is set to allow Plymouth to keep an otherwise fully-funded project designed to provide housing for people directly exiting homelessness intact, without the planned funding and land from Kenmore.”

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