HopeWorks Station II

Coming in 2019

HopeWorks Station II


65 affordable apartments empowering disadvantaged veterans, families, and youth with sustainable pathways towards self-sufficiency

A community hub offering easy access to convenient meals, event & meeting space, and friendly neighbors

Food-focused social enterprises offering culinary training programs, career counseling, and confidence-building for the hardest hit populations in our community, providing them opportunities for lasting employment

Combining environmental, social, and community impact, HopeWorks Station II will be a transformative residential and social hub that gives more than it takes; from energy and water use to equity, health and happiness

Just two blocks from the Everett Transit Station, HopeWorks Station II is easily accessed by bike, bus, train or car, fostering rich connections between the growing community of residents, commuters, visitors and future transit-oriented development in the Metro Everett area

HopeWorks Station II

The 200 Kw Solar array on HopeWorks Station II

CafeWorks Rendering

Rendering of the future CafeWorks space where you can get a drink and food while helping at-risk youth. This view faces Broadway outside the cafe.

CafeWorks Rendering

Rendering showing what you will see as you walk into the future CafeWorks space at HopeWorks Station II.


Resources & News

 About HopeWorks Station II (PDF link)
Housing Hope Breaks Ground on HopeWorks Station II (4/2018)
Ceremony kicks off work on 65 units of affordable housing (4/2018)
Introductory seminar planned on benefits of Economic Alliance (1/2017)
Public Comment Opening For Supportive Housing Project On Broadway (7/2017)
Public can comment on 5-story housing project in Everett (7/2017)
Hard work forever pays for HopeWorks interns (7/2017)
HopeWorks receives $350,000 grant (7/2017)
Session ends with Hirst unresolved, budget not passed (7/2017)
Commentary: Agencies’ efforts working to secure homes for all (8/2017)
Everett’s Low-cost housing is built on complicated financing (9/2017)
Everett’s HopeWorks Station to Expand (9/2016)
HopeWorks Station receives $300,000 grant (9/2016)


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We welcome your input and your involvement as we continue to grow and serve our community. We look forward to sharing further HopeWorks Station II updates with you.

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