When Anthony Hemstad of Zenith Capital looks out the window of his Seattle office, he sees a lot of construction but most of it is not the kind of projects his firm is doing.
“I am in downtown looking out at all the cranes, and that's not for senior housing,” he said. “Generally that's for Amazon.”
Zenith is not developing for 20- and 30-something techies. It plans to start construction late next year on a senior community at 13524 Linden Ave. N. in the Bitter Lake neighborhood. Construction will take a year.
Innova Architects is designing the complex, which is called Linden Village. It will have 79 assisted-living studios and one- and two-bedroom units. A separate wing will house 21 one- and two-bed memory care units. A rooftop deck and entertainment center are planned.
Exxel Pacific is the general contractor and Robinson Noble is geotechnical engineer. Village Concepts of Federal Way will operate Linden Village.
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