About the Building

Located at Union and 14th, the Heartwood project brings 126 units of workforce housing to central Seattle, filling a critical need for middle-income housing in the city. At eight stories tall, this project is one of Washington’s tallest cross-laminated timber (CLT) buildings and one of the first affordable housing projects to be built with CLT in the nation. CLT is an environmentally friendly building material that dramatically lowers the overall carbon footprint of the structure and boasts superior acoustic, fire, seismic, and thermal performance. At the border of Capitol Hill’s Pike/Pine corridor and the Central District, Heartwood’s at the heart of the neighborhood’s entertainment, dining, and accessible natural spaces. Learn more about the building, leasing, and how to apply at https://www.heartwoodseattle.com/


Central District

126 Total Apartments

113 studio
13 one bedroom

Built in 2023




  • Bike storage
  • Community patios
  • Controlled access
  • Elevator
  • Energy-saving features
  • On-site laundry

Copyright © 2024 Community Roots Housing     Site Map