From the International Examiner:
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. The Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda) is leading the development alongside Capitol Hill Housing, while the Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) is providing the land and some of the funding.
SHA executive director Andrew Lofton said in a statement, “We are excited to be working with two great organizations, SCIDpda and Capitol Hill Housing. This alliance brings together organizations that have an understanding of the community, experience in affordable housing and embracement of the vision for Yesler Terrace.”
Read the International Examiner's article , "SCIDpda leads Yesler Terrace redevelopment with new affordable housing project for 2021," featuring the Seattle Housing Authority.