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Westbank Creates 40,000 Meals for Food Lifeline

By November 6, 2018March 15th, 2019No Comments
Westbank launch event staff pose with Food Lifeline

During their recent First Light project launch event, Westbank generously donated funds enough to create 40,000 meals for people struggling with hunger in our communities.

First Light is part of a trifecta of Seattle projects, and is Westbank’s first point of entry into the Pacific Northwest. First Light is a 47-story, 459-unit planned condominium tower intended to add another layer of architecture and artful living to a city that prides itself on innovation and creation. Located at Third and Virginia, First Light, designed by University of Washington graduate and long-time Westbank collaborator, James K.M. Cheng, with art by John Hogan, shows how light and art can be integrated into architecture. It is intended as a respectful nod to Seattle’s inclusive culture and architectural riches such as the nearby Space Needle, the Columbia Tower, and the Seattle Art Museum.

Thank you Westbank, and welcome to Seattle!

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