A Place to Call Home
The Seattle Chinatown International District isn’t just a place to shop and play; it’s a thriving community and neighborhood. With all the amenities it has to offer, you won’t want to just visit the neighborhood, you’ll want to make it your home.
705 Lofts Check out 705 Weller, the Chinatown International District’s newest market-rate housing development! Apartments are clean, affordable and conveniently located in the heart of the historic district.
Uwajimaya Village Uwajimaya Village offers the best of International District living: convenient access to transportation, shopping (Uwajimaya is just downstairs) and beautiful apartments.
The Milwaukee Live in the historic Milwaukee Hotel. Recently renovated, the Milwaukee offers beautiful views from gorgeous new apartments!
The Alps The Alps offers clean and affordable apartments for those seeking to live in the heart of the historic Chinatown International District! This building overlooks Hing Hay Park and its historic pagoda, with easy access to all the wonderful shops and eateries the neighborhood has to offer.
The Hong Kong Live in the historic Hong Kong Apartments! One of Chinatown’s most iconic buildings, the Hong Kong Apartments offers affordable, recently remodeled units.
SCIDpda — various properties SCIDpda offers quality affordable housing, for both individuals and families, in newly developed housing as well as units located within historic buildings. Pick up an application today to verify your income eligibility.
Washington Terrace Washington Terrace offers wonderful accommodations for today’s active senior citizen. Conveniently located just south of downtown, Washington Terrace offers sweeping views and easy access to transportation, services and medical facilities.
Pacific Rim Center Condominiums at Pacific Rim Center offer modern units at an affordable price. Enjoy all that Little Saigon has to offer, with convenient access to Capitol Hill, the Central District and Columbia City!
The Fujisada The Fujisada condominiums offer beautiful views of downtown and the Puget Sound in a peaceful and modern building. Located in the heart of historic Chinatown, you’re steps away from the bus tunnel, Uwajimaya and fantastic shops and eating!
Asia Condos Asia Condos are the International District’s newest condominiums, offering great views of the neighborhood and downtown. The units are located just steps away from the community center, library, Uwajimaya and multiple bus lines.
Looking for a deeper connection to the neighborhood? These organizations offer meaningful volunteer opportunities in the areas of youth development, senior programs, special events, health and more.
ACRS Food Bank The decades-old ACRS Food Bank has one of the highest usage rates in King County. It offers Asian-oriented food items for the International District community and beyond.
International Community Health Services (ICHS) ICHS offers a wide range of medical services for the Greater Seattle community, including medical, dental, pharmaceutical, mental health and more. Volunteer opportunities are available for multiple programs.
International District Housing Alliance (IDHA) IDHA offers direct services to those seeking help locating housing and rental assistance. The organization also offers a youth leadership development program and intergenerational programming. Call to inquire about volunteer opportunities.
Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) CIDBIA works to improve the business environment within the Chinatown International District. Volunteers are always needed for events and special projects.
Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda) SCIDpda’s commercial revitalization and senior service programs are always looking for great volunteers! Please call to inquire about opportunities available.
Helping Link Helping Link operates after-school and summertime programming for school-aged children and teens. Tutors and administrative volunteers are always welcome!
InterIm Community Development Association (ICDA) ICDA has operated neighborhood development programs for more than four decades. Volunteers are needed for the community garden, events and special projects.
International District/Chinatown Community Center Have a special skill you’d like to teach? Call to inquire about volunteer opportunities available at the Community Center.
Chinese Information & Service Center (CISC) Volunteers interested in CISC’s social service programs, including those targeting seniors and youth, are always welcome.
Denise Louie Education Center (DLEC) DLEC’s programs to serve young children and their families are always in need of volunteers. Inquire also about opportunities for special projects and special events.
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience The Wing Luke Asian Museum (WLAM) offers a multitude of opportunities for community members to get involved, from special events to serving as docents and gallery guides.
Other Neighborhood Information:
Check out the following links for blogs and online newspapers for information about the Chinatown International District and all that’s happening here!
Chinatown International District Neighborhood Blog Click here for information about news from local organizations and how to get involved!
Rice Culture Northwest All you wanted to know about Seattle’s Asian-American community — fashion, food, fun and more!
MSG150 Food Blog Reviewing Local Restaurants Looking for that favorite lunchtime spot? Check out the reviews posted by the bloggers at MSG150.
International Examiner One of the Pacific Northwest’s oldest Asian-American publications, the Examiner covers local, national and international news that is relevant to the API community.
Northwest Asian Weekly & Seattle Chinese News Seattle’s premier Asian-American newspaper, the NW Asian Weekly and Seattle Chinese News brings you timely and relevant coverage of today’s hottest issues.
The North American Post Publishing Inc. Since 1902, the North American Post has been publishing news to connect Seattle’s Japanese-American community.
Seattle Chinese Times Published weekly, Seattle Chinese Times brings readers current news from the Puget Sound region and beyond — in both English and Chinese.
Northwest Vietnamese News For more than two decades, Northwest Vietnamese News has been publishing news relevant to Washington’s Vietnamese-American population in both English and Vietnamese.