Stephanie Van Dyke

  • Yesler Terrace—Soon to Be Seattle’s Densest Neighborhood

    Yesler Terrace is a 30-acre development that Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) built in the 1940s as the city's inaugural subsidized housing community. Stephanie Van Dyke, director of development at SHA, spoke with MHN about the site's future as a mixed-use global neighborhood.

    Seattle 16 October 2017 15:47

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