Hybrid’s submission to the City of Seattle Office to Residential competition looked to leverage existing underutilized building stock, to bring a model of Co-Living and residential density to Pioneer Square. Historically, Pioneer Square has contributed to Seattle’s affordable housing stock through SRO (Single Room Occupancy) units. Hybrid felt that the introduction of a Co-Living prototype honored the area’s past while reimagining what affordable housing units had to offer in the 21st century. By respecting existing facades, and revamping and expanding building services in place where possible the project focuses on reducing the typical construction costs that can afflict adaptive reuse projects. Combining dedicated private spaces with communal kitchen, living and laundry facilities at each level provide opportunities for community interaction and give renewed meaning to the term neighbors. Thank you for recognizing our work and thank you to our collaborators: Great Expectations, Diamond and West and Wheeler.