Investors are taking note of Blokable, a Seattle startup founded by a former Amazon manager that aims to cut costs for builders and residents alike through the construction of tech-powered manufactured housing.

The company’s single- and multifamily housing will be made of modular units ranging in length from 18 feet to 38 feet that can be fitted with features such as kitchens, bathrooms, windows and doors, as well as smart-home technology. The Bloks will be fabricated off-site and trucked to the job for assembly.

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