Press

2022

02.15.22

Hoped to help address displacement in the Central District, Mount Zion’s affordable senior housing project taking shape on 19th Ave | Capitol Hill Seattle Blog

Plans first began taking shape in late 2019 for the senior housing project but have changed a bit as they’ve gone through review. Final plans call for a six-stories above ground and one below, according to Sam Cameron of Rolluda Architects. Inside there will be 61 units, including a mix of studio and one-bedrooms, with some of the units set aside for veterans. The plan also includes space for group meetings or activities, and a roof deck. The housing is going to be rented at prices designed to be affordable to people making between 30% and 60% of the area median income.

03.21.22

WA courts Hollywood with new movie studio and film tax incentive: With new ways to attract movie and TV producers, will Washington’s film industry get its big break? | Crosscut

RAI helped transform a 117,000 SF space on Seattle’s historic Harbor Island into a movie production facility to serve the growing local film industry while serving to attract far flung production units from both entertainment coasts to Seattle’s atmospheric urban environments.

03.03.22

Once a student activist's dream, the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center celebrates five decades as a space for diversity and inclusion | University of Washington Magazine


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02.07.22

Project of the Week: Filipino Community Village | Seattle DJC

The Filipino Community Village has been selected as the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce Project of the Week! 

Rolluda Architects provided programming, master planning, and design for the FCV.

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