SEATTLE -- The Squire Park Plaza in Seattle's Central District is the latest mid-to-low income apartment building to be sold by a non-profit group.
Squire Park is owned by the Central Area Development Association, which has to sell soon to pay off loans and may sell to a private developer.
Fifty-one percent of the 60 units are set aside for low and moderate income residents.
On Wednesday, the Tenants Union helped with a demonstration in front of the building to demand CADA sell to a non-profit group instead of a private developer.
"51 percent of the units will remain affordable...regardless of ownership," said CADA CEO George Staggers.