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Located in the heart of the Seattle's historic Black community, LUP, alongside our partner HAL Real Estate, worked closely with community members on design priorities for our largest project at 23rd and Union. The project includes an 18,000 sf central public square, surrounded by retail shops. The vision of this project is to establish a place of commerce, residential living, and arts + culture, where all people feel at home, especially the historic Black community

Retail shops will have a special focus on Black owned businesses.

The central public square will include retail shops and be host to farmers markets, live music, and other cultural events.

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Collaboration

  • Vivian Phillips
    Arts Advocate, Curator, and Coordinator
  • Rico Quirindongo
    Architecture + Arts + Community
  • Weinstein A|U
    Architect
  • Vida Design
    Interior Design
  • HAL Real Estate, Seattle
    Partner
  • WG Clark
    General Contractor
  • Tony Johnson
    Minority Contractor Coordination
  • Takiyah Ward
    Artist
  • Aramis Hamer
    Artist
  • James & Janie Washington Foundation
    Fountain of Triumph Sculpture Preservation
  • Barry Johnson
    Artist
  • Yigisaw Michael
    Artist
  • Henry Jackson-Spiker + KT Hancock
    Artists
  • Adam Jefferson
    Artist
  • Perri Rhoden
    Artist
  • Juan Alonso
    Artist
  • Myron Curry
    Artist
  • Shavonne Bland
    Shop Owner, So Beautiful Salon
  • Mi Kim
    Shop Owner, Raised Donuts
  • Charles & Minerva Humphrie
    Shop Owners, The Original Philly's
  • The Neighbor Lady Bar
  • Tracy Cornell, Dana Frank, & Brett Frank-Looney
    Retail Brokers