The project is built on an urban infill site adjacent to downtown, and includes street-level offices and resident services. The life and achievements of the building’s namesake, Ernestine Anderson, are celebrated with artwork displayed in the building’s storefront windows. Construction is four levels of wood frame over a garage-level post-tensioned concrete deck, with parking and a p-patch garden on the grounds; community room/kitchen, classroom, exercise room with windows looking out on an attractive patio and garden space, and internet access within the library/computer room, where there is also an electric fireplace. ADA roll-in showers are installed within every unit. The 43,463-square-foot building includes offices for Sound Mental Health support staff. Other construction features of note are: a state of the art intercom system for efficient communication between all staff and residents; artwork displayed in common areas for the public to enjoy from outside the building.