From BISNOW Seattle:
"Last fall, Kōz Development founder and owner Cathy Reines jumped at the chance to partner with Tacoma Housing Authority to build affordable housing for University of Washington Tacoma students. The project gives students more housing stability as they shape their futures.
“It has been a seamless process,” said Reines, who is currently working on another similar deal with THA. The 104-unit Kōz on Market Street, which opened in January, has fully contained studios that average 260 SF. The building includes 52 units that are dedicated to affordable housing. Twenty-six of those units are for UWT students who were previously homeless."
Read "Koz Development Teams Up With Tacoma Housing Authority On Affordable Housing For Students," featuring the Tacoma Housing Authority.