This new program supports CHH residents with one-on-one mentorship from professionals in the Seattle community by providing personalized and encouraging guidance on residents’ job and career goals.
In a mentor session, volunteers will review and assess resident interests, skills, work history and employment goals. Residents will develop their interests, learn what opportunities are available in their field of interest/skill, polish their resume building skills, prepare for the interview process, and gain assistance in applying for opportunities. Mentor sessions are designed to provide personalized and individual services, where the resident is at the helm and the volunteer is a navigator.
If you are a CHH resident interested in enrolling, or if you’re interested in volunteering as a mentor, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com.
12th Avenue Arts is one of ten real estate developments in the world selected as winners of the 2015 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Global Awards for Excellence. Capitol Hill Housing was honored together with SMR Architects at the ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco.
The prestigious awards competition recognizes real estate projects that achieve a high standard of excellence in design, construction, economics, planning, and management.
Capitol Hill Housing is thrilled that our development has been recognized for creating a new home for the arts and a meaningful place for the neighborhood and the broader community.
So come see a show, have a beverage or a bite to eat, attend a community meeting, or visit our offices at the award-winning 12th Avenue Arts!
CAPITOL HILL HOUSING IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
August 31, 2015:
I. Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program Property Management Committee will hold a special meeting Tuesday September 8, 2015 at 12 PM at the CHH offices Belmont Conference room located at 1620 12th Avenue, Seattle Washington Suite 205.
Agenda: Report on Current Status of Property Management
II. Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program Board will hold a special meeting Monday September 15, 2015 at 6pm at the 12AA Pike Pine Meeting room located at 1620 12th Avenue, Seattle Washington Suite 206.
Agenda: Executive report, Committee reports, Finance and Audit Report
CHH is seeking a resident to serve on the organization’s Board of Directors. This is a volunteer position helping guide the vision and strategy for the organization. In order to keep a strong connection to the communities we serve, one of
the Capitol Hill Housing Board of Directors seats is to be occupied by a current resident that meets the qualifications.
Download the qualifications here.
Download the nomination form here.
Nominations will be accepted until August 7, 2015.
Get ready for the Affordable Housing Finance Readers’ Choice Awards!
Wednesday, April 22, Noon – 1:30pm
12th Avenue Arts, Pike-Pine Meeting Room
1620 12th Avenue, Suite 206, 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98122
The agenda will include reporting on program activities, presentation of the annual budget for the current fiscal year and annual statement for the previous year’s fiscal affairs
Top of the Town
Wednesday, May 20 at the Sorrento Hotel
Our annual fundraising dinner is an opportunity to network with affordable housing and community development leaders in an intimate setting at the Top of the Town. Our guest speaker this year will be Denise Scott, Executive Vice President of Programs at Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and a national leader in neighborhood revitalization. This event helps Capitol Hill Housing keep rents affordable for 2,000 Seattle residents.
Tickets will go on sale soon and will sell out. The best way to guarantee seating is by sponsoring the event. Download the sponsorship information sheet here.
Capitol Hill Housing CEO Christopher Persons talks with Eric Liu on Seattle Voices about affordable housing needs and solutions.
As the year comes to a close, we’re reflecting on all that’s happened in 2014. It’s been quite a year for Capitol Hill Housing. Here are just a few highlights:
We launched a new website for the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict and installed the first community solar array atop our Holiday apartments.
We began construction on the remodel of the Haines, to improve and preserve homes for extremely low-income individuals. Construction will be complete in 2015.
And of course, we opened 12th Avenue Arts, which created 88 new affordable homes in the urban center of Capitol Hill. This truly mixed-use project also houses two theaters, nonprofit space and police parking. Three local restaurants will open here in spring 2015.
One of the new residents of 12th Avenue Arts, April Kim, says:
I’m one of the many people who work in central Seattle, but couldn’t afford to live in the city. My passion is photography, which I’m hoping to turn into my own business. For the first time in my life, I can pursue my dreams, while still working full time.
Donate now to help CHH preserve affordability and strengthen communities in 2015.
Capitol Hill Housing’s main office will be closed starting at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, December 24, 2014. The office will remain closed on December 25th and 26th.
Regular office hours will resume on Monday, December 29th.