Video: New Seattle low-income housing costs over $177M to address homelessness

May 24, 2023, 1:29 PM

A new 17-story low-income housing building opened in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood this week, with a price tag of $177.6 million. Ursula Reutin explains why she doesn’t think this is a viable solution to solve Seattle’s homelessness crisis.

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Video: New Seattle low-income housing costs over $177M to address homelessness