Acer House commitment to no displacement

“No displacement” is a critical element of our equitable development model. While we believe development is a good thing for the community overall, it can have negative consequences for the people who currently live and work on the development site.¬† As...

2nd Community Meeting with Central Area LURC

On Thursday night we had our second community meeting with the Central Area LURC, a volunteer group that convenes meeting to discuss new development in the Central Area. The LURC group itself has a wonderful and diverse group of development professionals and committed...

LURC community meeting scheduled for May 27!

Our next community session is on May 27th with the Central Area LURC. All are welcome. Please email info@acer.house if you’d like to join! Date: Thurs, May 27 Time: 6-7:30pm Location: Zoom meeting — please click here for details and to add to your...

Article in Capitol Hill Seattle on Acer House

We were pleased to have one of our favorite blogs, Capitol Hill Seattle, cover our project today.¬† Plans for Acer House, Seattle’s first ‘first truly anti-racist private sector development,’ rising in the Central District CHS discussed some of the...

EDG Survey results

As part of our EDG application, we recently completed a survey to get some input from people who live near the project site. We were very interested to learn about the community’s priorities, and will be incorporating these ideas into our concepts!   Here...

Early Design Guidance submission!

We were very excited to submit our application for our “Early Design Guidance” (EDG) with the City of Seattle today. EDG is an important part of the Design Review process, itself a requirement for our Master Use Permit. The EDG is an opportunity for us to...

Community meeting with 22nd Ave Neighbors

On Monday evening, the Acer team had a meeting via Zoom with the neighbors who live near the Acer site. About six people joined and there was a great hour long conversation about the project and its goals. We shared the below powerpoint presentation and heard...

First meeting with the Central Area LURC

Last night we met with the Central Area LURC, a respected group of Central Area residents and professionals to get their initial input on our project. We had over 30 people on the Zoom call and got a ton of great ideas that we are planning to iincorporate going...