A new website highlighting the Othello neighborhood has been launched by Seattle’s Office of Economic Development.
On Board Othello is focused specifically on fostering strong and vibrant commercial growth in the Othello/Graham MLK corridor. Current organizations involved include: Artspace, HomeSight, MLK Business Association, Othello Park Alliance (OPA), Othello Station Community Advisory Team (OSCAT), Rainier Chamber of Commerce, Rainier Valley Community Development Fund (RVCDF), SouthEast Effective Development (SEED), City of Seattle Office of Economic Development, and City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, and the list continues to grow.
The webpage includes links to an Othello-Graham Retail Real Estate Market Analysis and an Othello Retail Analysis. Both analyses can help inform local business owners as they START, GROW, and GREEN their business.
See the webpage here.
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