Owners of two apartment
complexes near North Kitsap High School plan to add an additional
24 units, according to a site plan review application filed with
The units would be divided among three new buildings on the
same property as the existing Peninsula Glen and Woodcreek
apartments on Hostmark Street.
More parking and landscaping will be added, according to a
notice of application published Nov. 11.
The apartment owners also are seeking to combine the two lots
through a boundary line adjustment. The 10-acre property is zoned
Both Peninsula Glen and Woodcreek recently sold and are now
managed by Pacific Living
The full notice is posted below:
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The Homes for All
Who Served initiative launched last year with the ambitious
goal of housing all homeless veterans in Kitsap County by
Nov. 11, 2016.
More than 80 former service members have been housed since
the program started, but more needs to be done to meet the Veterans
Day deadline, according to a county news release.
In an effort to find more potential homes for veterans, Kitsap Community Resources will host an
information fair for landlords next week. The fair is
scheduled for 10 a.m. to noon July 22 at 1201 Park Street in
The event will include information on fair housing laws,
housing subsidies, tenant programs that support veterans, and
how to participate in ending veteran homelessness.
“Landlords are key partners in providing rental units for
veterans who are being supported by agencies that provide
counseling, job search and financial assistance,” Bremerton Mayor
Patty Lent said in the news release.
A survey conducted by Homes for All Who Served in the fall of
2015 found 45 veterans living outside. Nearly all of those veterans
have either been housed, are in the process of securing housing, or
are unable to be contacted, according to the news release. Another
survey will be conducted this month.
Landlords and property owners interested in the Homes for All
Who Served project may contact Jackie Fojtik at the Housing
Solutions Center, (360) 473-2035.