The two-story, 17,300 square foot community center in the Bellevue Crossroads neighborhood includes a chapel fellowship hall, kitchen and dining space, offices, gym, classrooms, and other amenities. The community center replaces their previous 5,200 square foot office, allowing the organization to expand social service and after-school programs. The larger kitchen and dining space helps them serve a home-cooked dinner to approximately 50 individuals each night.
Photos ©Ankrom Moisan Architects; by Casey Braunger.
Owner: Salvation Army Eastside Corps
Architect: Ankrom Moison
Awards: 2017 NAIOP Community Impact of the Year