Mary's Place at Amazon Block 21
In order to better support the increasing need for their services, Salvation Army Eastside Corp moved from their temporary 5,200 SF location into their new, larger home in the Bellevue Crossroads neighborhood.
The two-story, 17,300 square foot community center includes a chapel fellowship hall, kitchen and dining space, offices, gym, classrooms, and other amenities. The additional space allows the organization to expand social service and after-school programs. The larger kitchen and dining space helps them serve a home-cooked meal to approximately 50 individuals every night.
Unique elements of the building include an underground detention system below the parking lot, exposed wood structure in the main entry and chapel, and polished concrete floors on the first level.
Salvation Army Eastside Corps
Ankrom Moison Architects
meals served nightly
2017 Community Impact of the Year
NAIOP Night of the Stars