Confluence Apartments

The Confluence Apartments is a new, ground-up, apartment building in Tukwila.

Located near the Tukwila International Boulevard light rail station, this project is a transit-oriented development.

Tukwila, WA
Bellwether Housing
Johnson Braund Design Group
William Wright / NW Drone Works

This 5 story building includes 103 affordable housing units, a private gated courtyard, and multiple community spaces.

“We are so grateful we had this team on this project. Starting and performing a project of this scale during a global pandemic was challenging (understatement) – video OAC’s, navigating mask wearing and protocols, delays in receiving materials, etc… but we pulled it off! And we could not have done it without this team.”

Emma Furth
Construction Manager
Bellwether Housing


The building includes a photovoltaic array on the roof and was built to the Evergreen Sustainable Development standard.

The project also included a sophisticated stormwater management system with a 230,000 gallon detention vault and lift station under the parking lot.

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