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As follow-up to the tiny-house project that now houses 30 individuals in the Central District, building partners met this month to reflect on the experience.
Last month, Seattle Central’s Wood Technology Center (WTC) hosted a group of approximately 100 stakeholders that were involved in the recently completed Central District Tiny House Village project. The village now houses about 30 homeless individuals in a cluster of houses built by several area volunteer organizations, including the Wood Technology Center and Seattle Vocational Institute’s Pre-Apprenticeship Construction Training (PACT) program. Seattle Central instructors and a student led a discussion about the design and materials used, and Interim President Sheila Edwards Lange addressed the group to reiterate the college’s continued excitement about participating in future community building projects.