SCIDpda leads Yesler Terrace redevelopment with new affordable housing project for 2021

A new building with 158 affordable apartments is slated to open in 2021, marking the latest chapter in the transformation of Seattle’s oldest public housing development, Yesler Terrace. The project, known unofficially as Yesler Family Housing, will in part be replacement housing for some of the former residents of Yesler Terrace, but will also offer new affordable apartments to city residents.

 

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Community members show up and speak up about new light rail station in CID

Community interest in the new light rail station planned for the Chinatown-International District (CID) was high on March 13, as greater-than-expected attendance at a public meeting at Union Station forced organizers to open additional rooms to make space for attendees. Billed as a “community workshop,” the hearing was organized by Sound Transit as a way to inform and gather feedback from the public about this major transit project which will shape the future of the growing neighborhood for decades to come.

 

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