Join Inscape tomorrow, from 12-8 pm for a day of music, food, entertainment, and open studios! Wander the halls of history, and get to know the artists, artisans, collectives, small creative businesses, individuals, and non-profit organizations who focus on arts and culture.
The INSCAPE will result in multiple public benefits, including:
- reactivate the former INS Building;
- strengthen the connection between the Chinatown/International District and Pioneer Square;
- create or retain over 100 permanent jobs while providing affordable artist space; and
- preserve the history of the building’s past in conjunction with the Wing Luke Asian Museum.
The Office of Economic Development has invested $10 million in New Markets Tax Credits (NMTCs) through Seattle Investment Fund LLC that helped leverage private financing, including $3 million in HUD Section 108 funds, which lessened the cost of borrowed funds.
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