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Brian Miller
Real Estate Editor
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August 15, 2019

On the Block: Big changes are coming to 12th and Weller in Little Saigon

Two nondescript beige buildings greet you at the intersection of South Weller Street and 12th Avenue South, just north of the bridge from Beacon Hill. The two corner sites are in the east end of the International District, in what some would call Little Saigon. They're background architecture, easily overlooked. There's been no change in decades for the two corners, once under the same ownership. But new plans are brewing for both.

Back in 1994, Seattle Indian Services Commission (SISC) paid $2.1 million for the east corner at 606 12th, then developed the Pearl Warren Building.

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