Today I spent the early afternoon with my very good friend Tracy at INSCAPE. Seattle’s former 1931 brick building that housed INS (Immigration & Naturalization Services) located at the southern most part of International District has been converted into a space for artists and non-profit organizations. In celebration of the space’s conversion, there is a re-christianing of the building going on this weekend (October 16-17, 2010). While the building is not full (yet), it is nonetheless a space with a great energy and potential to be an influential contributor to the slowly emerging gentrification of the area.
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