Work on The WASH 3.0 project, located at 417 Massachusetts Avenue, is where the former was.
A construction project implemented by People United for Sustainable Housing (PUSH) will one day build a residential house. The WASH project, co-sponsored by Barrett Gordon and building owner Zaw Win, serves as a community arts and resource center for refugees and immigrants.
Another component of the construction project 9 safe and affordable apartments.
Upon completion, the corner of Massachusetts and 18th Street will come to life thanks to a combination of programming and events dedicated to a community that has contributed to the cultural renaissance of the West. These efforts range from new markets and restaurants to agriculture and education. Over the years, the WASH Project has become a haven where family members can gather and explore the nuances of the American dream life.
The function of WASH is only to provide “A free community arts and resource center for ALL people to collect, study, develop and share.”
WASH is scheduled to move into its new home on April 1st.