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Seattle’s micro-housing boom offers an affordable alternative

Erin Shingler lives at Alder Flats on the edge of First Hill. (Benjamin Benschneider / The Seattle Times)

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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