Seattle Aims To Downsize Living SpacesDevelopers in Seattle have been leading the U.S. in building hundreds of tiny apartments to cater to solo young workers, retirees who prefer city living, students and others looking to downsize. Now, some residents are complaining that micro-apartments crowd too many people together, aren't compatible with some neighborhoods, don't encourage people to put down roots, and circumvent a design review process meant to get public input.
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