All 481 low-income units from the old Rainier Vista have been replaced. 411 of these were replaced on-site. The remaining 70 units were replaced off-site, in buildings owned by Seattle Housing Authority, or in partnership with another housing provider.
Rainier Vista resident relocation
When the Rainier Vista HOPE VI grant application was submitted in May 1999, there were 471 households at Rainier Vista. These residents participated in relocation planning and counseling beginning in the summer of 2000.
One-on-one counseling with residents informed them about their relocation rights and helped them obtain temporary housing. Relocation of the first phase of Rainier Vista was completed in May 2002, with the second phase completed in November 2005.
Replacement housing results
As of June 2012, all 481 units of housing have been replaced.
|Rainier Vista||Impact Property Management||294||38 1-bedroom
|Gamelin House||Providence Health & Services||78||77 1-bedroom
|Genesee House||Bellwether||39||25 1-bedroom
|Lake Washington Apartments||SouthEast Effective Development||37||37 2-bedroom|
|Fir Street Townhomes||Seattle Housing Authority||1||1 3-bedroom|
|Mary Avenue Townhomes||Seattle Housing Authority||8||8 3-bedroom|
|Samaki Commons||Interim Community Development||12||4 2-bedroom
|Shirley Bridge Bungalows||Sound Mental Health||6||4 1-bedroom
|Westwood Heights East||Quantum Management||6||6 2-bedroom|