Neighborhood House High Point Center

Neighborhood House High Point Center is a newly constructed $ 13,000,000 project within the Seattle Housing Authority’s High Point neighborhood in West Seattle.  It was developed by Neighborhood House, a non-profit that serves refugees, immigrants, and other low income clients become self sufficient.
Pervious concrete was chosen over asphalt for this LEED Gold project to help preserve a salmon bearing stream in the Longfellow Creek drainage, and to help the project qualify for LEED Gold status.  It contains a pervious concrete basketball court.

Parking Lot and Court From East

Front Entrance

Dry on a Rainy Day

Hill Shot

Front Entrance

Basketball from Hill

Out the Exit from Library

Neighborhood House High Point Center
6400 Sylvan Way
Seattle, WA 98104
Owner/Developer (1) Access Driveway:
Neighborhood House
905 Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Contact: Tony Kuo
Owner/Developer (2) Basketball Court:
Seattle Housing Authority
120 Sixth Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109
Contact: Tom Phillips
General Contractor:
Berschauer Phillips Construction Company
P.O. Box 11489
Olympia, WA 98508
Contact: Ben Peterson, Project Engineer
Architectural Firm (Access Driveway):
Environmental Works
402 15th Ave East
Seattle, WA 98112
Contact: Sally Knodel
Landscape Architectural Firm (Basketball Ct):
SvR Design Company
1205 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
Contact: Matt Suhadolnik, ASLA
Concrete Contractor:
Pervious Concrete, Inc.
PO Box 1579
Snohomish, WA 98291
Contact: Michael Bledsoe, President
Civil Engineer (Access Driveway and Basketball Court):
SvR Design Company
1205 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
Contact: Lolly Kunkler, PE
Ready Mix Supplier:
5900 W. Marginal Way Southwest
Seattle, WA 98106
Contact: Tamson Omps, Technical Services Manager