Nonprofit Forterra builds $10.25 million fund with help from high-profile investors in tech world
Tacoma City Association of Colored Women’s Clubs purchases Historic Nettie Asberry Home in partnership with Forterra NW
The home of local Black civil rights leader to become a center of learning for Tacoma’s Hilltop residents
Swiss and American carpenters built the nation’s first “modular home” made of cross-laminated timber.
Interview by Kevin Max Omar Degan, 31, was born in Italy and studied architecture at the Politecnico di Torino and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He works in Mogadishu, where he has been since 2017, focusing on reconstruction work
House Appropriations Committee Advances New Federal Funding to Support Affordable Housing & Jobs on Tacoma’s Hilltop
Kilmer Led Effort to Ensure Appropriations Committee Approved $4.5 Million in Federal Funding for Two Projects
MultiCare Invests $5 Million in Forterra Fund to Improve Community Health through Affordable Housing
Investment in Forterra’s Strong Communities Fund II supports a sustainable model for creating community-driven affordable housing in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood
ROSLYN, WA — On Wednesday, February 10, a group of nine Roslyn residents kicked off the design and planning efforts for a 30-acre property purchased last November by Forterra, a Washington-based nonprofit. Virtual public meetings begin in March to gather
TACOMA, WA — Seven Black artists from Tacoma have been selected to help activate a block along Martin Luther King Jr. Way and South 11th Street in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood. Forterra and Fab-5 partnered on the call for artists. “Historic
In partnership with the Roslyn Planning Advisory Team, the larger community, and other community stakeholders, Forterra is exploring how to develop a 30-acre parcel in a way that reflects Roslyn’s history and the community’s desire to live sustainably.
ROSLYN, WA — Forterra, a Washington-based nonprofit, will purchase a 30-acre property in Roslyn and explore developing the property for attainable housing, park and wetland space, community parking, and/or other uses. An affiliate of the organization intends to close on