An article in the Jan. 19-25 issue, "Yesler Terrace plans get supersized," misstated facts about the Seattle Housing Authority's planned redevelopment of Yesler Terrace. The height limit of SHA's preferred site alternative is 240 feet. In the two blocks east of Boren, SHA acquired only one of the two buildings it owns by condemnation. The agency and private developers could build 250 units of housing in those two blocks and up to one third of them could be low-income SHA units. Also, the housing authority now estimates its cost to redevelop portions of Yesler Terrace at $300 million and the total cost of the project, including private development, at $1 billion.