Seattle’s micro-housing boom offers an affordable alternative

Student Brian Nguyen, right, and roommate, Cameron Hathaway say they get along well in their small space in Alder Flats near Seattle University. (Benjamin Benschneider / The Seattle Times)

Seattle’s micro-housing building spree gave it more such units than any city in the country. At last count, 780 micro-housing units were cleared for occupancy in Seattle, with another 1,598 units in the pipeline. No other American city comes close.

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