RFPs for 174 N. King housing narrowed to three

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Housing Supply Board narrowed the field of affordable housing builders to three in its search for a partner to provide workforce housing at the town-owned parcel at 174 N. King St.

174 N. King today. (CaRE)

Of the proposals received by the deadline February 9, three were chosen to present in front of the Housing Supply Board next Wednesday, February 21. That meeting will take place at Town Hall from 9am to noon and will also be livestreamed.

The Housing Trust submitted a plan for 26 residential units (23% of which would be market rate homes) for an estimated $13.1M.

CaRE proposed to 137 residential units divided into a mix of dormitory units (28), studios (75), 1BRs (29), and 2BRs (5).

Westmount thought it could build 23 residential units—10 studios at 395sf, seven 1BR units at 790sf, and six 2BR units at 950sf. The first floor could also include 2,330sf of commercial space.

Final 3:

CaRE organizational chart. (CaRE)
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