Guerdon’s first true micro-suite project, the Cubix Apartments hold true to their slogan: Everything you need, nothing you don’t.

The 93 micro-apartments, made up of just 36 modules, offer quality over quantity. Hi-tech materials and modular construction methods contribute to minimized sound transmission. The efficient units with modern colors and thoughtful finishes are between 225 and 300 square feet. Each unit features a large window to let in an abundance of natural light.

The project will be Built Green 4-Star certified, with solar on the roof. A large rooftop urban garden provides space for socializing and views of the city skyline, while ample onsite storage and a space for bike repair cater perfectly to the transit oriented tenant. Livability, amenities and proximity to transit, work and restaurants are the features tenants are looking for in micro-suite living.

In addition to Guerdon manufacturing the units and Parkstone’s construction division performing the General Contracting, the project team also includes Jackson|Main Architecture, DCI Engineers, structural; Decker Consulting Engineers, civil; InSite Group, mechanical, electrical and plumbing designer; KLLA Landscape Architects; and Evergreen Certified, Built Green consultant.

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