DJC: LIHI breaks ground on South Seattle apartments

From the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce: “Called Othello Park, it will be open to people making up to 60% of the area median income. It will have studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and two live-work units. The apartments will range from 420 to 1,320 square feet.

Othello Park aims to be a resource to the community. At the ground level, residents and community members can access a community room, community kitchen, computer room, leasing office and supportive services. A generous seventh-story community space with an outdoor terrace will provide views across the park and neighborhood to Mount Rainier, an amenity the architect said is not often found with affordable housing.”

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