It belongs to the Plymouth Housing Group, a leader in the effort to reduce homelessness. Founded in 1980, under the leadership of the late Rev. David Colwell, PHG has become one of the largest providers - 730 rental units and 17 retail tenants in 11 buildings - of very low-income housing in downtown Seattle.
And while PHG has helped rehabilitate lives, they've also played a part in the preservation of downtown Seattle's history and heritage by rehabilitating turn of the century properties which have historical significance.
More than 1,400 multi-ethnic, multi-racial, and multi-cultural people will be helped off the street and into housing programs owned and administered by PHG this year, dramatically improving their quality of life, and the quality of the entire community we call Belltown.
Learn more about the Plymouth Housing Group and building hope.