A seven-and-a-half story modular apartment building with 49 apartments in downtown Seattle, Washington will be move-in ready in four months. Real estate developer Daly Partners LLC has begun leasing the 3,000 square feet of ground level retail space for “N” Habit: Belltown, located in the Belltown area, the city’s first down modular development. Ranging from 422 to 752 in square feet, the company is also introducing the Abodian Wall, a minimalist multi-functional living space separated by a partition into a bedroom with a fold-away Murphy Bed on one side to a combination study/dining/kitchen on the other. The 11” thick walls provide energy and noise insulation from neighbors, and most units have private terraces and balconies, globest.com says, noting “N” Habit: Belltown is a bustling pedestrian and bicycling neighborhood in Seattle. MHProNews has learned the modules are being produced by OneBuild in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
(Image credit: Stricker Cato Murphy Architects–Seattle modular apartment building)