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Added Apr 05 2018

Residents of a classic 94-year-old Capitol Hill apartment building hope to organize against a plan to gut the structure and turn its 34 apartments — some as large as four or five bedroom spaces — into more than 100 units of microhousing.

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http://www.capitolhillseattle.com/2018/04/up-against-rent-boom-and-affordability-crunch-residents-worry-about-plan-to-change-1924-built-royvue-into-microhousing/
Date published
April 5, 2018
    Up against rent boom and affordability crunch, residents worry about plan to change 1924-built Royvue into microhousing
    Residents of a classic 94-year-old Capitol Hill apartment building hope to organize against a plan to gut the structure and turn its 34 apartments - some as large as four or five bedroom spaces - into more than 100 units of microhousing.
    http://www.capitolhillseattle.com

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