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April 15, 2010

Casa Latina homes in on the Central District

  • The nonprofit is spending $4.3 million to buy property, renovate a building, and construct a center for day laborers and domestic workers.
    Journal Staff Writer

    Rendering courtesy of Johnston Architects [enlarge]
    Casa Latina plans to start construction next year on this 6,000-square-foot education and employment center, to the left. It renovated the other building.

    Casa Latina started out 16 years ago doing outreach to immigrant laborers on downtown Seattle streets and at local venues.

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