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[caption id="attachment_16547" align="alignleft" width="399"] Jaebadiah Gardner poses in front of Seattle's famed Gum Wall.[/caption] As one of few African American real estate developers in Seattle, Jaebadiah Gardner is poised to know a great deal about the challenges and opportunities of developing affordable housing in the Central...

Wednesday, November 14th, Capitol Hill Housing staff will begin calling back the first 300 phone numbers on the list. Please make sure and stay close to your phone and remember that you very well might not recognize the number that is calling you. Make sure...

Our phone service is still having an unforeseen problem with the calls to the LBB leasing phone line. If you have not yet gotten through and left a message, please keep calling until you have left a message, even if you hear no outgoing recorded message...

Our phone service provider is having a problem with the high volume of calls to the LBB leasing phone line and you may get a message stating that the wireless customer you’ve called is not available at this time. If you have not yet gotten through...

The leasing hotline opens this Thursday, November 1 at 9 a.m. Our community partners at Converge Media and Africatown put together this informative and engaging video tutorial on how to apply! Follow the guides in the video below to ensure you reserve your place in the appointment...

To Inye Wokoma, the Liberty Bank Building represents a chance for community ownership of land and home, an opportunity to shape destiny. One of Seattle Magazine’s ‘Most Influential Seattleites of 2017‘, Mr. Wokoma is an esteemed presence in the City’s art scene. In his words,...

If you want to get more out of life, you have to put more into it. It is that philosophy that sent Durrell Matthews to Seattle Vocational Institute. He graduated last June and began working for Walsh on the Liberty Bank Building in January. Matthews is currently installing...

On Juneteenth we were proud to host a groundbreaking ceremony and celebration for the Liberty Bank Building. Set to open in spring of 2019, the Liberty Bank Building represents the collective hard work of Africatown, the Black Community Impact Alliance, Capitol Hill Housing and Centerstone to use redevelopment...

WHEN Monday, June 19, 2017 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM   WHAT A Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Liberty Bank Building   WHERE 2320 E. Union in Seattle's Historic Central District   Africatown, BCIA, Capitol Hill Housing, & Centerstone cordially invite you “As we break ground and Celebrate the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Historic Liberty...

We hosted our first Liberty Bank Building Art Open House last evening at the offices of Centerstone. Thank you to everyone from the community who came out to witness the creative talents of the nine artists working on the project and to share their feedback...

On Wednesday evening at a public meeting held at Seattle University, the Liberty Bank Building officially received approval from the design review board. The overall reception to the project was positive, though the board made a recommendation that the team consider less muted colors in...

Community Partnership Formalizes Vision for Re-development of Liberty Bank Building Africatown-Central District Preservation and Development Association (Africatown), The Black Community Impact Alliance (BCIA), Capitol Hill Housing (CHH), and Centerstone today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to guide the development of the Liberty...