Innovation in Affordable Housing

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Innovation happens in affordable housing, but progressive cities such as Seattle who have chosen to make it a priority could be doing more to encourage creativity in developing new models. City planners are on board with the value that mixed income living brings to neighborhoods, but regulators too easily think in terms of twisting the […]

This is Where I Live: What’s Not to Love?

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This is the latest in a series of guest posts by people who live in small-lot homes or microhousing telling their own stories about where they live. You live in a home that  some people say shouldn’t have been built. How do you feel about people that don’t like your house and where you live? […]

“You May Not Like My House, But I love It!”

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About 18 months ago, my family and I moved into a new modern home built in beautiful Madison Valley in Seattle.  We love the location: its proximity to parks, restaurants, and other amenities, and the fact that it would cut our daily commute to work in half.  We love the house built by GreenLeaf Construction. […]