The Rivoli Apartments reached it's 100 year anniversary in 2010. The building's original architect, A.H. Albertson, arrived in Seattle tasked with developing the University of Washington's downtown properties, but he stayed on and designed the Northern Life Tower, St. Joseph's Church, the Seattle YMCA and numerous other buildings. JOA&P did a tenant improvement on this historic building that included updated units as well as seismic upgrades. The Rivoli Apartments project was an early example of how small unit tax credit-based projects can provide low income housing. This project was both a success in providing low income units and an example of sustainable design and historic preservation.