Sunny Arms Artist Cooperative

Located in a renovated factory near the Georgetown neighborhood, the Sunny Arms Artist Cooperative was formed in 1989 with the acquisition of this 35,000-square-foot, 5-story former shoe factory. While the seller had to provide the financing because banks were skeptical of the non-traditional project, the coop would receive the Seattle Design Commission's "Housing Designs That Work" in 1991. It currently houses 18 studios, ranging in size from 1,400 to 3000 square feet (artist built) and 32 member artists.

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