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 100 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. For more community partnerships, check out our latest blog posts.
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Youth in Focus: Nick K.
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Our Community Commitment:

  • Offering micro retail spaces affordable to local businesses
  • Providing 107 units of affordable housing restricted to households earning 65% to 90% of area median income
  • Featuring townhouses and 3-bedroom units for families
  • Supporting employment through priority hiring of local workers and businesses
  • Employing Women and Minority Business Enterprises (WMBE) with a goal of 15 percent of total construction subcontract value
  • Creating career opportunities through our apprenticeship partnership programs with organizations like the Seattle Vocational Institute and ANEW 
  • Commissioning local artists to create art for display onsite
  • Incorporating architectural elements that reflect the community’s rich cultural heritage
  • Developing an environmentally sustainable project for a healthy neighborhood
  • Delivering community amenities and green spaces including a 12,000-square-foot plaza and a 60-foot wide landscaped, mid-block connection from S. Jackson to S. King Street
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