AFFORDABLE & WORKFORCE HOUSING

A thoughtful approach to affordable housing architecture

Designing affordable housing architecture is a constant balancing act. Owners need optimal space usage within a finite budget and site constraints. They also want low maintenance buildings. Tenants need places of comfort, shelter, and community.

Balancing these needs means having an architecture team that can steward your resources from the start and guide you through the myriad of questions and tradeoffs of budget, schedule, zoning, and program goals. Getting a project through design review the first time makes fiscal sense.

We help you nail down your program, manipulate unit counts, and get everything to work within code and financial constraints.

 

Have a site you are considering? Reach out to Mark Stine, our practice lead at marks@tiscareno.net.

Learn how we approach feasibility studies here.

 

IN THE PRESS

Good Design for Affordable Housing Can be Done

Mixed-Use Development Opens In Sumner

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Two-Building Multifamily Ramps Up at Waterfront Place Central

1200 Sixth Ave, Suite 605  Seattle, WA 98101     206.325.3356     info@tiscareno.net

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