This spring, Everett-based architectural firm Dykeman Architects will begin construction on the second and final phase of the sustainable housing project Twin Lakes Landing, designed to provide relief for those living in poverty.
Centered around community, the project will include places to gather and train on top of providing 60 new apartments. Social and caseworkers will have offices on-site.
Built on a foundation of sustainability, some of the green features planned are solar panels, low energy heating systems, and super-insulated building envelope.
“We are thrilled to participate in solving homelessness in our community and contribute solving climate change at the same time. Housing Hope could not be a better client and their programs provide full wraparound services to help put an end to the forces that perpetuate homelessness in our community,” said Tim Jewett, Principal of Dykeman Architects, in a press release.
The project is expected to finish next summer.