KODA Celebrates Culture and Community with Neighborhood Festivals

Last week Seattle celebrated its monthly Art Walk in Pioneer Square and its annual CID Block Party in the Chinatown-International District—and KODA Condominium Flats, in the center of it all amongst these culturally-rich neighborhoods, joined in on the fun.

During Thursday’s Art Walk, KODA hosted an exhibition of hand-selected local artists in its Pioneer Square Sales Gallery. Attendees were treated to champagne and small bites as they viewed the creative works of community members.

The following Saturday, the Chinatown-International District kicked off its annual CID Block Party, featuring live music, local artists, and international fare. KODA hosted its own tent amongst the other sponsors and participants, with free treats and even a KODA Bear mascot arrived to bring some life to the party.

Not unlike this eventful week, KODA stands as a crossroads of culture and community. The 17-story vertical village will reside in the intersection of the Chinatown-International District, Pioneer Square, the Stadium District, and just moments from Seattle’s newly expanded waterfront, and was designed with active and social lifestyles in mind. As the most conveniently centered new development in Seattle with a Walk Score of 98 and a perfect Transit Score, it doesn’t get any more Seattle-centric than KODA.

Ashley Breunich