Owned and operated by the Washington Growers League, the six-acre Brender Creek development in Cashmere, WA is a seasonal farmworker housing project, which means occupants are not permanent residents. Although the buildings look like regular apartments on the outside, on the inside, the project is specifically designed with the versatility to temporarily accommodate family groups and/or workers who may not know each other, all of whom may be in residence for varied and differing periods of time.
Amenities include multiple sinks, stoves, dining tables/chairs, and refrigerators; secured storage for personal belongings; and multiple bathrooms for privacy. Demand for this housing typically peaks with the cherry harvest in early spring through apple production in late fall.
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