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City Inside/Out looks at city's plans to build housing at Fort Lawton
City Inside/Out: Fort Lawton Future

After a decade of legal wrangling, Seattle may be close to building homeless and low-income housing at Fort Lawton near Discovery Park in Magnolia. The plan calls for nearly 240 units of subsidized housing and more than 21 acres of parks and open space. Supporters say the mixed-income development will help address the city's affordable housing crisis, but critics argue the site is inconvenient and better suited for environmental preservation.


Carol Burton, Magnolia Community Council

Teresa Mosqueda, Seattle City Council

Joni Reeves, Magnolia Resident

Phil Vogelzang, President, Friends of Discovery Park

Emily Alvarado, Manager of Policy & Equitable Development, Seattle Office of Housing

Elizabeth Campbell, Community Activist

Jenny Miller, United Indians of All Tribes

Elaine Chuang, Environmental Activist

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