DESC teaming with Minnesota company to finance Burien supportive housing project

Dominium – an affordable housing owner, developer and manager located in Minnesota – announced this week the closing of $38.5 million in financing for the upcoming Downtown Emergency Services Center (DESC) […]

LETTER: Recent developments in the case regarding DESC and the City of Burien  

City of Burien responds to lawsuit over housing project; Plaintiffs oppose DESC intervention

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Resident claims DESC court filings contain ‘false information’

DESC wades into lawsuit over housing project planned for downtown Burien

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Burien resident states his case opposing DESC

Lawsuit aims to stop DESC project planned for downtown Burien, claims it’s not affordable housing

REMINDER: DESC’s online Design Meeting for proposed Burien location is this Tuesday

DESC to host virtual community meeting Aug. 17 on Burien project design

Burien City Council gives staff more time to draw up DESC project priority deal

LETTER: Residents want to ‘clarify misconceptions about DESC’

Burien City Council approves DESC proposal; some say supporters ‘aren’t from Burien’

LETTER: Burien Councilmember Nancy Tosta offers her perspective on DESC proposal

Burien residents share views on proposed Downtown Emergency Service Center development

Sunrise Financial Services releases statement, research on recent DESC Community Meeting

LETTER: Nearby business owners ‘do not support the location’ of DESC project

RSVPs are now being required for Thursday night’s DESC Community Meeting

Sunrise Financial Services holding community meeting on DESC on Thurs., June 3

Seattle Southside Chamber final survey results indicates 51% of respondents oppose DESC housing project

DESC provides responses to questions about its proposed Burien housing project

King County Council passes funding to create Supportive Housing

Councilmember Upthegrove supports $400 million investment in supportive housing