SHA’s Hoa Mai Gardens begins to blossom

Written by on September 1, 2016 in Seattle Housing Authority, Yesler Terrace - No comments

Newest Yesler replacement housing will feature 111 units with views of Beacon Hill and Sodo

At left, workers are nearly finished constructing the wood framing portion of Hoa Mai Gardens, the next new Seattle Housing Authority building in Yesler, to be completed in Summer 2017. The six-story building will provide 111 one-to-four bedroom affordable housing units built around a courtyard, and will contain a play area, townhouses, social services offices and a parking garage. The name Hoa Mai refers to a beautiful yellow flower that is part of Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebrations and is believed to bring luck. The site overlooks Little Saigon and the International District, and is well-connected to the 10th Ave. S Hillclimb and the future Yesler Park.

Below, workers are nearly finished constructing the wood framing portion of Hoa Mai Gardens, the next new Seattle Housing Authority building in Yesler, to be completed in Summer 2017. The six-story building will provide 111 one-to-four bedroom affordable housing units built around a courtyard, and will contain a play area, townhouses, social services offices and a parking garage. The name Hoa Mai refers to a beautiful yellow flower that is part of Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebrations and is believed to bring luck. The site overlooks Little Saigon and the International District, and is well-connected to the 10th Ave. S Hillclimb and the future Yesler Park.

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