On August 3rd, R&H joined community members, project partners and Housing Works to celebrate the grand opening of Cook Crossing, a 4-story affordable housing project for seniors in Redmond. Cook Crossing is named to honor Cyndy Cook, a 30-year Housing Works employee who served as Executive Director until her retirement in 2013. While speaking about her career, Cyndy said “A town is only as good as the housing they provide for their community.” R&H is proud to be a a part of the Redmond community and honored to have built this great project.
Cook Crossing is a 57,000 s.f. 3-over-1 wood and concrete building. Now the tallest building in Redmond, the upper three floors offer one and two-bedroom units for 48 senior households. Residents will enjoy controlled entry access, elevator access to all residential floors, private balconies with outstanding views of Central Oregon, community and fitness rooms and desirable interior amenities. The ground floor will house offices, a community center, an assembly room, and a 10,000 s.f. medical clinic for Mosaic Medical.
Cook Crossing features sustainable elements such as a 166 photovoltaic panel solar array and 12 solar thermal collectors used for heating water.
Congratulations to all involved on their great work!