On Jan. 12, the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) celebrated the groundbreaking for a new senior housing project in Seattle’s Central District. Construction is underway on the 61-unit development, located at 2010 South Jackson Street. The building will provide permanent supportive housing for homeless and low-income seniors.
Friends of Little Saigon and InterIm Community Development Association (ICDA) are seeking, artists, architects designers or group of designers to submit applications for the opportunity to design a sign in the Little Saigon community in Seattle’s International District. This sign will represent the experiences of the Vietnamese American and ‘Little Saigon’ community. The sign will […]
By Assunta Ng Politics is about punching the enemy when he is not expecting it. At the Chinatown parade last Sunday, the “punch” was actually a small, but very controversial, flag.
In 2013, the lease for the building currently occupied by the International District (ID) post office on 6th Avenue and South Jackson Street will expire.
The Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) was awarded $2,763,660 from the City of Seattle, $500,000 from King County, and $650,000 from Federal Home Loan Bank
Last week, the estate of Run Sen Liu settled with the City of Seattle for $2.75 million. Liu, who was an International District restaurateur, suffered life-threatening injuries while
U.S. immigrants and workers took to the streets for the May 1st Immigrant and Worker Rights Rally and March, urging President Barack Obama to develop immigration reform policies.
May Xie was working in her herbal store on Jackson Street, Yuan Sheng Heng, when she was stunned by an immensely loud boom. She wondered if a woman cooking on the top floors of Jackson Apartments had accidentally set off some kind of gas explosion.