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Yesler Terrace, Seattle, WA Local Area Information
What the Locals Think
Yesler TerraceScore: 6 out of 10 Ranked 55th best neighborhood in Seattle
"Home sweet home...YESLER..."
its a nice place I live in the projects and you build a strong community were every on grows up with each other.there is a non profit tutoring center were kids and teens go to get homework done.also there is a community center were teens hang... Read more...
"Yesler Terrace an area that is hoping to stage a comeb..."
Considered the Yesler Terrace area the lower income area of Seattle, harsh to say but this area is not a neighborhood drenched in high quality housing and safe spaces. Originally an area build in 1939 as a subsidized housing development so peo... Read more...
"Seattle Public Housing At It's Finest..."
At just 22 acres, Yesler Terrace is not one of the largest neighborhoods in Seattle. It occupies an area between Interstate 5 and Seattle University, found between James Street and Jackson Street. Deemed a public housing development, which i... Read more...
"Public housing, and the most impoverished community in..."
Yesler Terrace, Seattle's first public housing community, was built in 1939 in the First Hill neighborhood of Seattle. Before Yesler Terrace was built, the area was known as Profanity Hill or Yesler Hill. Occupying 28 acres, there are currentl... Read more...
"Could this be Seattle's ghetto?..."
With so much public housing in the area, Yesler Terrace, this very well could be Seattle's ghetto. Since there really is not a proclaimed ghetto in Seattle, no projects, no hood, etc. Yesler Terrace could be it. State and government operate... Read more...
Sean Killian provides marketing consulting services for real estate agencies including Calcagno & Hamilton, a full-service residential agency in Santa Barbara, California. He is also the marketing team lead for Enola Labs, an Austin, Texas-based technology company.
Ben Kubic is the co-founder and CEO of Virgent Realty, a technology-driven brokerage serving home sellers in Atlanta. In its first month, Virgent was featured in Inman News and Product Hunt, and Ben sat on the Hybrid Broker panel at Inman Connect 2015 in SF. Ben received his MBA at Harvard Business School and his B.A. and B.S. at the University of Maryland.
Nate is the co-founder of Settln, which builds predictive real estate technology to help real estate agents and brokers craft a more personalized home buying or selling experience for all their clients.
I'm a real estate geek and I love to tinker with technology in the analytics, big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence space.