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Renton 2016-17 Business Directory & Buyers Guide

A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE Affordable and Diverse Housing The Renton community provides a range Kirkland Avenue Townhomes project in of housing choices from affordable to lux- 2014, both located in the Sunset Area and urious. Compared to housing in Seattle, both as replacement public housing for Bellevue and many other surrounding Sunset Terrace. communities, Renton’s housing market is relatively affordable. Urban apartments RHA provided relocation assistance to and condominiums downtown, beautiful the remaining families at the Sunset Ter- multi-family developments in South Lake race public housing project in 2014 to pro- Washington, and high-quality and afford- vide them with other affordable housing in able single-family subdivisions are among order to make the balance of the land the wide variety of housing options attrac- available for redevelopment. RHA will be tive to all income levels. More than 7,000 constructing additional permanent re- housing units have been constructed in placement housing in the Sunset Area in Renton in the last fifteen years. the coming years as funds are available. New housing developments completed in The new Renton Highlands Library is the last few years include the first luxury currently under construction on the for- homes at the Barbee Mill development at mer Sunset Terrace public housing site. Port Quendall on Lake Washington; Fair- Colpitts Development Company is mov- field Residential’s The Sanctuary with 440 ing forward with plans to build approxi- apartments and The Reserve with an ad- mately 400 units of market-rate housing ditional 440 apartments located at The on another part of the former Sunset Landing in South Lake Washington; and Terrace public housing site over the Colpitts Development Company’s new next five years. 217-unit Harrington Square apartments in the Sunset Area. In August 2015, cosmos Development company and the City of Renton celebrated the groundbreaking for The Lofts at Second and Main project (formerly Renton Heritage Apartments). The development will join over 700 multi-family housing units (market-rate and affordable) constructed in downtown Renton between 2000 and 2010. During the summer and fall of 2016, the City of Renton plans to convert traffic on adjacent Main Avenue South between Mill Avenue South and South 3rd Street from one-way to two-way traffic. The Re- serve at Renton project is under construc- tion adjacent to the Fred Meyer Shopping Center on Rainier Avenue near down- Residential Pest Control Specialist town, and will include 219 affordable, se- ~ Premier Rodent Control Services nior living apartment units. ~ Rodent Decontamination / Clean-up The City continues to work with the Rent- on Housing Authority (RHA), the Renton ~ Carpenter Ant Pest Control TreatmentAt Adept Pest Solutions our goal is School District, and other partners to im- ~ Wasp Pest Control Treatmentalways to earn your trust. When plement the Sunset Area Community In- vestment Strategy and the Sunset Area ~ Spider Pest Control Treatmentcalling on us you can feel confident that you have made the right choice Community Revitalization effort. ~ Flea Pest Control Treatmentwhen it comes to protecting your An integral part of the revitalization work home and family. is the redevelopment of RHA’s 100-unit Sunset Terrace public housing project. The proposed new mixed-use develop- Seattle (206) 407-3268 ment at Sunset Terrace includes opportu- nities for new affordable and market-rate South King (253) 239-2833 housing, plus a new library and a new Eastside (425) 738-0499 three-acre neighborhood park. RHA com- pleted the eight-unit, four-bedroom Glen- Toll Free (888) 441-9607 nwood Townhomes project in 2012, and GENERAL CONTRACTORS info@adeptpest.com the 18-unit two- and three-bedroom LIC. #ADEPTPS943QP Renton Chamber of Commerce Business Directory & Buyer’s Guide 13


Renton 2016-17 Business Directory & Buyers Guide
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