Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association

Since 1996, the Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association (DNDA) has worked to strengthen the community of Delridge in West Seattle by preserving affordable housing, improving the pedestrian environment, supporting local artists, and assisting low-income children. Among other initiatives, DNDA manages nearly 150 units of affordable housing, including two model community-building efforts. The first began in 2002 when the Seattle Public Library decided to create a Delridge branch after a proposal by DNDA to build it with 19 units of affordable housing above it. The second was a project that renovated an abandoned school into an 18,000 square foot Arts and Cultural Center with 36 units of live/work studios for low-income artists.

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