This is what has to happen
Seattle passed legislation allowing extra density for housing built on sites owned or controlled by religious institutions. It will also require the housing to charge below-market rents.
Higher stories, lower rents
The legislation will allow affordable projects on religious properties to rise one to six stories higher than the city’s zoning rules would normally allow, depending on location. Where only single-family houses are allowed, such projects will be allowed to cover more ground than normal. Read more