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The Confluence Opens for New Residents Today

Today, The Confluence, Bellwether Housing's 101-home new development in Tukwila, received final sign off that residents can start moving into their new homes!

The Confluence is in the Foster neighborhood in the heart of Tukwila, near where the The Duwamish and Black rivers come together. Hence the name The Confluence—meaning two rivers coming together. And it all comes together at The Confluence - great location, strong community, fantastic amenities.


The Confluence is just steps from the Tukwila Light Rail Station, making it easy for residents to reach community resources, jobs, and educational opportunities. Residents also have easy access to the Tukwila Library, Abu-Bakr Islamic Center, Thorndyke Elementary, Foster High School, Tukwila Pool, and Crystal Springs Park.


Apartments range from studios to 3 bedrooms apartments for larger families. The spacious, modern apartments are built with sustainable materials and thoughtful touches like quartz countertops, vinyl plank flooring, and large windows for natural light. Residents will enjoy fantastic amenities as well, including a large community room for hosting celebrations and gatherings; a computer lab; free onsite parking; a private gated courtyard with BBQ, life-size chess game, and a mini soccer field; and stunning views of Mount Rainier from the top floor lounge. These amenity spaces foster community and companionship.


All residents have access to our on-site Resident Services Program as well, which connects families to the resources and support they need to thrive.

The Confluence is the first building in our Building Opportunity campaign to open. This campaign - supported by generous individuals, foundations, and businesses - funded over 800 new affordable homes.


Many thanks to our partners who made The Confluence possible, including: The City of Tukwila, Johnson Braund Architecture, Rafn Construction, and Building Opportunity supporters. Stay tuned for our official grand opening later this fall.



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