Salishan - History and Overview of the Redevelopment Effort
Please click below to watch a presentation that gives a good overview of the Salishan Recevelopment.
Salishan - Past Present & Future
Presentation detailing New Salishan’s home sales market, the racial demographics of home owners and renters, and the amount of foreclosures in Salishan during the Great Recession – all this in comparison with other parts of the Tacoma and Pierce County market.
Salishan Tax Revenues
The Tacoma Housing Authority (THA) has largely completed the New Salishan planned community on Tacoma’s Eastside. It is one the largest redevelopments in the City’s history, and one of the largest of its kind in the nation...
ReMax Professionals, 2015
This report was commissioned by the Tacoma Housing Authority (THA), in an effort to better understand the real estate market dynamics and its effect upon a specific micro-market known as “Salishan”, which is located on the Eastside of Tacoma. THA’s request includes an analysis of this micro-market be completed and a detailed study of the sales data in this specific area over the period from January 2004 through August 2015.
Tacoma Housing Authority, 2008
This report helps THA adjust its efforts in Phase II of Salishan, which will have another 183 homes for sale. That effort, more than Phase I, will confront the full effect of the nation’s troubled mortgage market.
Quadrant Homes: Assessment of Diversity at Salishan and New Home Communities in Washington [PDF]
Fair Housing Center of Washington, 2007
Quadrant Homes was the homebuilder partner with Tacoma Housing Authority (THA) for most of the single-family homes in Phase I of the Salishan Redevelopment. In its marketing efforts, THA and Quadrant sought a racially diverse pool of potential purchasers for all homes in Phase I. In this report, the Fair Housing Center of Washington assessed the results of these efforts. As the report indicates, the efforts were quite successful. In recognition of these efforts and their success, the Center awarded THA its Housing Justice Award for 2008.