Woodland Supportive Housing

Woodland Permanent Supportive Housing conceptual drawing
This is a conceptual image for the Woodland project.

Join us for second virtual neighborhood meeting on Oct. 18

DESC is hosting as requested a second virtual meeting, on Monday, Oct. 18, at 6-7 p.m., about our proposed Woodland Supportive Housing project.

To join the Zoom meeting


Meeting ID: 811 5706 1094
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DESC Woodland Supportive Housing FAQs

We appreciate the questions and feedback we heard at our first community meeting on Aug. 26. In the FAQs below, we have combined that input with the questions and answers compiled during our community outreach leading up to the meeting.

DESC Woodland Supportive Housing FAQs

You may also watch the main meeting here.

817 N. 50th St and 4905 Aurora Ave. N.

The proposed project

DESC is seeking funding to build an affordable housing development in the Woodland neighborhood. Both parcels are adjacent to Aurora Ave North.

Our plans include:

  • Construction of a new building
  • 100 studio units
  • Construction begins in May 2022.
  • Features: affordable housing with supportive services and indoor/outdoor community spaces for the tenants
  • Tenants: single adults who are disabled and experiencing chronic homelessness
  • Owners and operators after completion: DESC
  • Funding: City of Seattle Office of Housing

Being a good neighbor is important to us. To learn more about neighborhood interests and to provide neighbors with more details, we held a virtual informational meeting about this new housing development on Aug. 26, 2021, via Zoom.

DESC Woodland-Neighborhood Notification Letter

DESC-Woodland-Neighborhood Meeting Flyer

For more information, please contact Communications Manager Claire Tuohy-Morgan.

For comments or questions, please submit this form.

Please note that any information collected during community outreach may be submitted to the City of Seattle and made public pursuant to the Washington Public Records Act.

Get more information about DESC’s Supportive Housing here.