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Architecture & Engineering


By Clair Enlow

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December 28, 2005

Design Perspectives: SEED marks 30 years of change in the South End

  • SouthEast Effective Development has made important ties with South End neighborhoods and City Hall.
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    On Oct. 13, about 300 people gathered at Qwest Field to celebrate a big anniversary. SouthEast Effective Development, a community nonprofit group, took on the task of revitalizing Southeast Seattle way back in 1975.

    That's the South End — the sector of Seattle that's south of Interstate 90 and east of Interstate 5, including the Rainier Valley and Beacon Hill. With former Mayor Norm Rice acting as emcee, SEED was praised by King County Executive Ron Sims and former Gov. Gary Locke — all three South-enders. Mayor Greg Nickels was also on hand.

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