Residential Land

City Report Proposes Single-Family Zoning Changes to Ease Affordability

City Report Proposes Single-Family Zoning Changes to Ease Affordability

According to an article published by Seattle Times, “The single-family zones that make up about 75 percent of Seattle’s residential land have accommodated just 5 percent of all new housing added in the city this decade,” this courtesy of a report recently released by the planning commission. The advisory report, which was eighteen months in the making, says mild changes could be made in areas that are predominantly single-family homes right now.