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The Overselling of Rapid Re-housing by Sharon Lee

Rapid re-housing, originally a strategy to prevent homelessness for households experiencing a temporary financial crisis, is now being promoted widely as a broad solution. But in a high-cost area, it’s possible it might do more harm than good.

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Interbay Village Moving Day

Today Tent City 5 moved to its new home: Interbay Village by the Magnolia Bridge

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Volunteers build new tiny homes for the homeless in Interbay neighborhood

35 Tiny Houses will house up to 80 residents

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Movie: It Takes a Village to Make a Village

Community groups come together to build tiny houses

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Lake City Celebrates Groundbreaking of Family Housing!

70 affordable apartments in the Lake City Neighborhood of Seattle

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LIHI’s Tiny House Program Featured in Wall Street Journal Article and Video

Going small is a “low-cost and quick” way to put a short-term roof over people’s heads, especially in cities where rents are high and affordable housing takes a long time to build, said Sharon Lee, executive director of the nonprofit Low Income Housing Institute, which manages five sites in Seattle with a total of 120 tiny houses.

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