Dwell Development recently completed this four home community in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Seattle. The single family dwellings were designed by staff architect Julian Weber to be style conscious while seamlessly integrating ecological technology. The community achieves a Built Green 5-Star Certification via 800-watt solar arrays and recycled materials, and was chosen as a recent case study for the Built Green home building program. Each home is approximately 1600 square feet, spread throughout three levels of living space, including roof top decks. Interiors feature high end finishes, including Australian Cypress flooring and Ann Sacks tile.
Dwell Development worked closely with the city of Seattle in the design and construction of the homes, securing a site in a walkable neighborhood with access to the burgeoning new light rail system. The homes uphold Dwell’s commitment to building homes that act as a positive catalyst and add density to growing communities.
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