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Thriving Communities Walking Tour: Chinatown-International District (Seattle)

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Wing Luke Museum
Address:
719 South King Street
Seattle, WA 98104 United States
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Dragon Fest in Chinatown – International District

Join ULI Northwest for an interactive walking tour of one of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods, the Chinatown-International District. This walkable, transit-oriented community is comprised of three areas underpinning the vibrancy of our city: Chinatown, Japantown, and Little Saigon.

A designated historic district by the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the central location of the Chinatown-International District appealed to its early residents—immigrants from China, Japan, and the Philippines who arrived in the 1850s to early 1900s, with Vietnamese and Southeast Asian immigrants arriving during the 1970s.  Today, young professionals, artists, and families are drawn to the neighborhood’s affordability and proximity to downtown, and the matchless patina and urban grain of its historic buildings and streets.

As more people and businesses move into the neighborhood, the Chinatown-International District’s greatest opportunities and attributes also become its challenges: how can this neighborhood evolve yet maintain its soul? How can its long-term, multi-generational enterprises thrive alongside new retail, restaurants, and businesses? What pathway to smart growth will infuse the neighborhood with new energy yet keep it affordable, authentic, and diverse?

Tuesday, May 22
3:00 PM  Check-In/Networking
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM Walking Tour Begins
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM Reception

Wing Luke Museum 

719 South King Street
Seattle, Washington

Speakers:
Stephen Yamada, Olson Kundig
Cassie Chin, Wing Luke Asian Museum

Louisa Hotel

Speakers:
Kristin Neil Ryan, Barrientos | RYAN
Tanya Woo, Woo Family

Hing Hay Park
Hing Hay Coworks

Speakers:
Maiko Winkler-Chin, SCIDpda
Michael Omura, SCIDpda
Shanti Breznau, SCIDpda

Publix Hotel

Speaker:
Miye Moriguchi, Uwajimaya Inc.

Dynasty Room
Closing/reception

$30 ULI members | $40 non-members

Includes walking tour and light bites/beverages.

Online registration deadline: Friday, May 18

Thank you to our generous event sponsor:

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