Land use, housing, environment, sprawl, parking
Seattle, along with many other cities, is facing a housing crisis the likes of which it hasn't seen in at least half a century. A lack of affordable housing is exacerbating a homelessness crisis, and is arguably contributing to sprawl. In the face of all of this, Seattle has allowed one of the densest housing options to become economically unfeasible to build at an affordable rate.
"Micro-housing: Seattle’s Contradictory Approach to Affordable, Sustainable Housing,"
Seattle Journal of Environmental Law: Vol. 8
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.seattleu.edu/sjel/vol8/iss1/2