This Roadmap (PDF) shows one of the many ways we can get to the Mayor’s goal of 20,000 income restricted units in 10 years.
A graphic detailing some of the finding from the Fiscal Impact Analysis put together by Gardner Economics.
Download the full graphic here (PDF, 1.7mb)
This Fiscal Economic Impact Analysis (PDF, 464kb) by Gardner Economic details the tax revenue received by the City of Seattle from new construction.
A Graphic (pdf) on how the proposed linkage fees would put a greater burden on renters.
This Affordable Housing Graphic (pdf) details the funding that goes into the production of affordable housing.
Actions the City of Seattle can take to promote more market rate housing and meet the Mayor’s goal of 30,000 units in 10 years. This ECONW Solutions Chart summarizes the quantified policies evaluated by ECONorthwest in their report.
Prepared by ECONorthwest for the Coalition for Housing Solutions.
The report: Affordable Housing Policy and Strategies substantiates that our proposed solutions can attain the goal of 50,000 units put forth by Mayor Murray. The report details ways that Seattle can build and preserve 20,000 affordable units without jeopardizing the production of the 30,000 market rate units.