Seattle To Construct Tiny Home Village on Sound Transit Land

The Metropolis of has entered into an settlement with public transit company , to lease its land for the development of a short lived tiny house village.

The land is situated at a former building website within the College District, and will likely be leased for free of charge for a interval of 1 yr. That may nonetheless be renewed for a time period of as much as three years, upon which the property will revert again to its proprietor, and transformed to a everlasting transit-oriented growth.

The Rosie’s Tiny Dwelling Village, because it has been named, will likely be situated on the positioning of the previous U District light-rail station building workplaces.

“This partnership is an instance of how Sound Transit is working with cities to deal with the pressing challenges going through folks experiencing homelessness,” mentioned Peter Rogoff, Sound Transit’s CEO. “This modern use of property first used for building staging when constructing our new U District station helps us deal with probably the most crucial want burdening our area.”

The village will provide non permanent housing to the homeless, by providing 36 furnished residential models able to housing 65 folks. There will likely be shared ammenities together with kitchens, loos and different group areas.