111 Cedar St., Seattle, 98121
Construction on the A.L. Humphrey House was completed in July 2010, providing 81 new studio apartments. A.L. Humphrey House is Plymouth Housing Group’s 12th property in the downtown Seattle area and incorporates many green building features. Named in honor of A.L. Humphrey, father of Cindy Brettler who is a long-time Plymouth supporter and active community advocate for ending homelessness along with her husband Dan Brettler, CEO of Car Toys.
A.L. Humphrey House features:
- 84 studio apartments with bathrooms and kitchens
- Roof top garden space and artworks