Are you looking for a unique place to live in Seattle, Washington? Are you sick of a huge apartment that you are unable to enjoy because of the huge price tag associated with it? It may be time for you to consider moving into what is known as a Micro flat. These are micro apartments, which are much smaller than traditional apartments, and offer a smaller price tag to match. If you can see yourself living in a studio apartment that is no bigger than one or two rooms of a traditional apartment, then maybe micro apartment living is for you.

Micro flats are available on Capitol Hill and in the U District of Seattle, which means that you have your choice of where you want to start your micro apartment living experience. On Capitol Hill, you can choose from one of eight complexes, each offering a unique living experience. With rents starting around $800 and lofts from around $900, you are sure to find a price range that meets your budget.

micro apartments in seattle
1305 E. Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98102

microflats in seattle
227 Boylston Ave. E Seattle, WA 98102

seattle washington micro apartment
306 Summit Ave. E., Seattle 98102

1304 E John St, Seattle WA 98102

413 11th Ave., Seattle, WA 98122

310 17th Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98144
216 23rd Ave. E, Seattle, WA 98112

Pine North and Pine South
1520 23rd Ave., Seattle, WA 98122
1510 23rd Ave., Seattle, WA 98122

If you would like to live in the U District, you have another eight options to choose from with similar price tags.

Micro apartments are a growing trend across the country, and Seattle has gotten in on the trend with micro flats. This unique new lifestyle is not for everyone, but anyone who is able to live in a micro apartment is going to be rewarded with a lifestyle that is much simpler. If you have a large apartment now, you are sure to find challenges with moving into a micro apartment. But once you have gotten used to the smaller size, you will get used to a lifestyle that allows you to enjoy living in your apartment rather than never getting to spend time in your apartment because you are constantly working to make the rent check.

Life in a micro apartment is not for everyone, but for the people that have taken the “plunge” they thoroughly enjoy their new chosen lifestyle.