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March 20, 2020

LIHI races to build tiny houses in wake of coronavirus outbreak

  • The usually three- to four-month process to build a village will be completed in three weeks.
    Journal Staff Reporter

    Photo provided by Low Income Housing Institute [enlarge]
    LIHI is working quickly to add 22 units to the Lake Union Tiny House Village. Each unit is 8 by 12 feet, costs about $2,700, and has insulation, electricity, heat, windows and a lockable door.

    The Low Income Housing Institute is building a new tiny house village with 26 units at 612 22nd Ave. in the Central Area of Seattle on land owned by The Christ Spirit Church, and adding units to another village.

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