On April 12, Chief Seattle Club opened Sacred Medicine House, a new permanent supportive housing facility in the Lake City neighborhood.

The five-story building, located at 14315 Lake City Way N.E., consists of 120 apartments prioritizing residents in recovery, according to King 5 News. That means that stoves have auto-shutoff features and bathrooms feature floor drains in case of overflows.

The building's exterior is adorned with murals by Indigenous artists. Chief Seattle Club officials told King 5 that this was an intentional decision to help Native American residents feel seen. Likewise, it is projected that a majority of residents will be indigenous.

Sacred Medicine Lounge was built at an estimated cost of $40 million. That total includes a $14.3-million investment from pharmacy giant CVS.

The apartments are to be ready for move-ins in late April.