Downtown Seattle’s First Modular Apartment

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Seattle is getting creative with their housing arrangements these days from expansions of apartment building in Capitol Hill, renovated studios, and even “apodments” which have caused a little bit of controversy in the city. ‘N’ Habit has created these new homes resembling rectangle boxes to be set up in the city for lease. While they look a little dodgy on the outside, the inside is actually pretty nice.

Billed as the first modular apartment project in downtown Seattle, ‘N’ Habit will be composed of 49 prefabricated units that are stacked side-by-side and on top of each other to form a seven-story building at 2217 Third Ave (between Bell and Blanchard) in Belltown.

‘N’ Habit, a project by Seattle-based Daly Partners LLC, is slated to open around December and began pre-leasing over the weekend. The developer has parked one of the finished units in a parking lot across the street to serve as a temporary showroom and leasing office.

Would you be up for living in a rectangular box or is that too confining for you?

A rendering of the modular units by ‘N’ Habit when it is installed and integrated

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