The goal is to keep Seattle Artists of Color in Seattle, and to allow
them to own their first starter house – including solar power and a
community garden and showroom – that can support them later purchasing
their dream house, or provide funds for other dreams.
The BIPOC Sustainable Tiny Art House Community (STAHC) is a community-born, Black-led project which establishes equity for low- to middle-income working BIPOC artists of all disciplines through a sustainable and environmentally healthy Home & Business Ownership Model.
BIPOC STAHC is a member of the American Tiny House Association and is supported by the EcoThrive Tiny Art House Community Build, the City of Seattle, CORD, and Sustainable Seattle.
Our home is at the intersection of equitable community development, sustainable green climate building solutions, and racial equity and justice.