Community center for neurodiverse young adults joins plans for Capitol Hill Station

With relatively plentiful housing options, proximity to schools and parks, and plenty of access to a variety of public transit, Capitol Hill has become a home to many Seattle communities. A new community center being planned for Capitol Hill Station will create new resources and new connections for an important and growing part of the city.

Filed construction plans show that Summit Community Center, a Seattle nonprofit dedicated to creating a facility in the city for neurodiverse young adults to foster “independence through social and community engagement” and provide a place to hang out, recreate, and get connected to services and opportunities, is planning to join the mix of retailers, food and drink, and services in the new developments above the busy transit station. Continue reading