Paul Lambros Reflects on the State of Affordable Housing in Seattle

“The first affordable high-rise in Seattle in more than 50 years.”

That’s how nonprofits Plymouth Housing and Bellwether Housing billed a joint 17-story development in First Hill during its groundbreaking in the depths of 2020. After a concrete strike delay, the Madison and Boylston tower will open later this year or early next with about 350 permanent supportive housing and affordable housing units.

But Madison and Boylston also doubles as something of a capstone for one of the driving forces behind the project and the broader fight to bring more affordable housing to this pricey metropolis.

After 29 years, Plymouth Housing CEO Paul Lambros will step aside from the organization

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