Seattle's Poor Fight For Million-Dollar Views
The Seattle Housing Authority is already fighting opposition to a proposed redevelopment of Yesler Terrace, at 65 the city's oldest public housing project. Blessed with views of downtown and Elliott Bay, the site could be worth millions to the cash-strapped Housing Authority if redesigned for more affluent living. Critics argue that Seattle is trying to displace the poor to the fringes of the city.
Thanks to Jeffrey Goodman