North Beacon Hill has historically been a diverse neighborhood. It owes this trait to its proximity to the International District as well as the lack of restrictive real estate covenants in the 1930's and 40's. This tradition of diversity is continued as many new immigrants choose this neighborhood when they first move to Seattle.
The Mourning Small Spaces project has identified two blocks where several houses will be torn down to make way for newer buildings. Clicking on each site on the map will take you to a portal where you can document the neighborhood blocks as they are now. After going through the prompts and submitting any thoughts and photos, residents' answers will end up in the Results tab below.