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August 2, 2022

209 units planned near Yesler Terrace

SEATTLE — For well over two decades, Operation Nightwatch has been sheltering formerly homeless folks at 300 14th Ave. S. The nonprofit owns that over century-old three-story building, on the corner of South Main Street. Now, with Neiman Taber Architects, there's a seven-story, 209-unit redevelopment plan.

The proposal extends south to the corner of South Jackson Street, meaning a potential assemblage involving two other landowners. That could yield a building site with 22,478 square feet, with zoning up to 75 feet. You could place it on the east edge of Little Saigon, or in the south Squire Park area.

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