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She's listening while he sees. Here is another reason many folks step outside these days: to take a phone call. The striking black and white faced dog caught my eye as he watched me passing by Yesler Terrace on First Hill. The nation's first racially integrated public housing project is 70 years old now and home to over 1100 residents. It will be redeveloped in the next two to five years into mixed income single and multi-family housing, and current projections say it will be a convenient and well-designed urban village that will house 3000 to 5000 residents when complete. Current residents have sought provision that at least an equivalent number of of low income units will be acommodated in the building plans and that any residents wishing to stay may have the opportunity to live in the redeveloped housing.