HopeWorks Station

HopeWorks Social Enterprises, an affiliate of Housing Hope, is a leader in strengthening our community in Everett and Snohomish County. Our mission is bold, so we’ve been creating an inviting destination where we can foster community, innovation, connection and impact. HopeWorks Station is just that place, and we welcome your visit, your voice and your support!

HopeWorks Station I – open now!

The development of the HopeWorks Station campus began in 2014 with the acquisition aHopeWorks Station Ind renovation of a two story-building located at 34th and Broadway in the growing Everett Station District, just two blocks from the newly renovated transit station.


HopeWorks Station I is home to our three existing social enterprises and our staff offices. Travelling north on Broadway Ave., our well-kept, green landscaping designed by GroundWorksCafeWorks barista using espresso machine catches your eye amidst the many industrial buildings. Our street-front windows showcase an alluring array of home furnishings and decor for sale at ReNewWorks. As you wander in search of the perfect vintage dinner table, the sound and smell of fresh brewed coffee stirs your senses and draws you over to CafeWorks; the café serves drinks, pastries, and sandwiches. All three of these social enterprises not only offer great products and services; they also provide job training and supportive services for individuals facing barriers to employment. To date, HopeWorks Social Enterprises has trained over 70 interns for careers in retail, food services, landscaping, and more.


HopeWorks Station II – groundbreaking in late 2017!

The second phase of development includes the addition of a five-story building next door to HopeWorks Station I. Opening in 2019, HopeWorks Station II will be home to 65 affordable housing units, new food service social enterprises, and a culinary training academy that will provide job skills and life skills training to residents throughout Snohomish County. HopeWorks Station is poised to offer casual dining, café and meeting room amenities, and places for community to meet, greet, eat and gather.

The new building will also be a local and international leader in energy efficiency, featuring solar panels, energy-efficient equipment and community and tenant education to ensure this will be a sustainable resource and a model. HopeWorks Station II is slated to break ground in late 2017.

HopeWorks Station II architect rendering with solar panels

Thank you to Dykeman Architects for their rendering of HopeWorks Station II.


We welcome your input and your involvement as we continue to grow and serve our community.

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Questions? Please email us at ContactHW@hopewrks.org

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