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Catholic Charities files preliminary application to build affordable-housing complex in northeast Spokane

Catholic Charities is moving forward with plans to build affordable-housing in northeast Spokane.

Spokane-based Olson Projects filed a preliminary application with the city to build Gonzaga Haven at 2821 N. Nevada St.

The project calls for three mixed-use buildings spanning more than 36,000 square feet that will include 74 residential housing units with ground-floor commercial space.

The site will have amenities such as a splash pad, gathering pavilions, children play areas, a dog park, community garden and pedestrian connection paths, according to the application filed with the city.

The project is valued at $11.5 million, according to the application.

Construction is estimated to begin in November, according to an environmental review filed with the Washington State Department of Ecology.

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