Individuals find themselves with property like this all over Seattle. Some times families move on, and the land and structures become the subject of the eternal question, "What happens now?" Some times it's as clear cut as a basic transaction. But quite often there are smarter options based on land use and structure revitalization. The former requires the proper assessment on property values and zoning, while the latter scenario can get sticky if not approached properly.
The Land Conversation is about looking at the history and the future of what makes our city decay and grow again. The healthy evolution of a city requires entities such as us to actively keep the wheels turning in land awareness, acquisitions and development. It requires us to work with people like you in ensuring that Seattle breathes and that we are the best that we can be.
How do we blend new development and structure revitalization into the fabric of established communities? Why is it that some neighborhoods have weathered the years with style, while others are ready for the next step in design and urban direction? It is a conversation to be had by all, and in the open.