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Radically Affordable Housing
Wed, March 22, 2017, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM PDT
Michael Mariano, architect and founding partner of Schemata Workshop. As cofounder and resident of Capitol Hill Urban Cohousing, Mike gives us an inside view of this resilient, community-building project. Mike co-chairs the Capitol Hill Eco-District Steering Committee, a neighborhood-based sustainability initiative.
Kathleen Hosfeld, executive director of Homestead Community Land Trust (CLT), brings the latest news in projects, describes the crucial role that land trusts have in providing permanently affordable housing, and tells us how we can utilize this organization in securing a home.
Hannah Rose Crabtree of Pocket Mansions dives into the green economics of ADUs, DADUs and specifically tiny houses on wheels and tiny house communities. Living small isn't just a fad, it is a consequence of a collapsed housing market. In densely populated areas such as Seattle, smaller living solutions can greatly impact the affordability of housing.
This session sponsored by Mighty Energy