Eco-nomical and Eco-logical

Eco-housing is a smaller, more efficient version of existing housing types, both apartments and houses. Our business is based on the idea that residents care about price and location more than they do about other amenities, such as apartment size. We build great, small homes in high cost urban locations that are affordable to the people who live and work nearby. 

Why residents love eco-housing

The two most important factor renters are price and location. Size is far down the list.

Factors in apartment selection graph


By keeping costs down, we can keep rents down. We aim to provide low income and workforce renters with housing that costs no more than 30% of their annual income.

low income and workforce income graph


Small units have a far lower carbon footprint than large ones, contributing to sustainable construction and living.

carbon footprint graph

1 Embodied carbon refers the carbon used in the production, transportation and installation of the materials needed to build each unit. Figures drawn from the University of Washington Embodied Carbon Benchmark Study

2 Ongoing carbon emissions refers to the carbon emissions from all energy sources used on an annual basis by a typical unit. Numbers shown are actual figures modeled by Solarc Energy Group for our Acer House projeect


The key to eco-housing is design. We work with talented architects and designers to make the most of small spaces. Through high-quality materials, ample storage, and thoughtful layouts we make a little go a long way