Ground broken in ceremony at Cheryl Chow Court housing

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Breaking ground are, from left, M.A. Leonard of Enterprise, Wendy Lamb of GGLO, Maryann Crissey of Banner Bank, Karen Miller of Washington State Housing Finance Commission, Diana Poling of Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle, John Torrence of LIHI, Mayor Mike McGinn, Bill Reid of Walsh Construction Co., Duncan Haas, Marty Koostra of Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County, Sharon Lee of Low Income Housing Institute, and Paul Cummings of Enterprise. (Photo courtesy of LIHI)

A ceremonial groundbreaking was held Dec. 20 on the site of what will become the Cheryl Chow Court at 2014 N.W. 57th St. in Ballard. The building, named for the former Seattle City Councilmember Cheryl Chow, will comprise 50 units of green, affordable homes for senior citizens, provided by the Low Income Housing Institute. (end)

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