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August 23, 2021

Interbay's tiny house village to expand

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Photo by The Low Income Housing Group [enlarge]
The expansion will make Interbay’s tiny house village the largest in the state.

The city of Seattle recently accepted a proposal to expand a tiny house village in the Interbay neighborhood. The development at 1601 15th Ave. W. is owned by the Port of Seattle and currently consists of 46 tiny houses, three offices, a storage unit, a kitchen, and a hygiene facility. The existing village also includes outside cooking grills. The expansion will add 30 tiny new houses, a new hygiene facility, laundry facility, storage unit, kitchen space, three offices, three outside gathering spaces, and bicycle storage. This expansion will make the Interbay tiny house village the largest in the state.

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