Spectrum Development Solutions

  • Yesler Terrace Redevelopment Finally Launches with Green Light for First Private Project

    One of the most ambitious neighborhood revitalization projects in the entire city of Seattle is finally seeing plans come through as the first private residential project in the community is set to break ground. Spectrum Development Solutions, one of the companies tasked with the repositioning of Seattle’s Yesler Terrace, has been given the green light for its Anthem multifamily project. Still dominated by its history as one of the public housing districts built during World War II, Yesler Terrace is set to become a greatly updated and augmented living community.

    Seattle 29 July 2013 15:43

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