We are a local company dedicated to Seattle's future. We believe our stewardship should improve the physical landscape we live in as well as provide a positive outcome for all — tenants, residents, investors and the greater community. Our good-neighbor policy calls for us to be accessible, responsible, collaborative and involved in the community. One of the most important things we do before planning a project is listen. The Central Area is one of the oldest residential communities in Seattle, and is beloved for its rich history and strong cultural heritage. As a new property owner, we want to be respectful to the existing community and understand how our project at 23rd and Jackson can be an asset to our neighbors.

The project team has conducted more than 80 outreach meetings with community stakeholders to get input and feedback on the project. We will continue outreach efforts through construction and opening of the building. In the meantime, if you have a specific question for us please submit it here or see if it's already covered on the FAQ page. For more community partnerships, check out our latest blog posts.
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Youth in Focus: Nick K.
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Here are examples of the outreach meetings we've attended to present project updates to our neighbors and stakeholders:

23 Ave. ACT Committee
Central Area Land Use Review Committee
Central Area Neighborhood District Council
Central Seattle Colleges/Seattle Vocational Institute
Greater Mt. Baker Baptist Church
Hack the CD
Historic Central Area Arts & Culture District
Public Open House - held in Feb 2016 where more than 130 community members attended to learn about the project proposal and provide input
Tabor 100
United Black Christian Clergy of Washington
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle
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