Blokable is a Seattle-based early-stage housing manufacturer. Blokable offers the world’s first vertically integrated development platform — from design, planning, financing, and permitting, to al... (Click to Read More)
Blokable is a Seattle-based early-stage housing manufacturer. Blokable offers the world’s first vertically integrated development platform — from design, planning, financing, and permitting, to almost-complete manufacturing, delivery, on-site construction, and ongoing operational support. Blokable’s comprehensive kit-of-parts building system, known as The Blokable Building System (BBS), is designed, engineered, and manufactured to consistently produce high-quality, low-cost, connected housing. The standardized, modular housing components are assembled entirely in their manufacturing facility and designed to be stacked, combined, and connected to create projects ranging from single family homes to multi-story apartment projects. For landowners and investors, nonprofit housing service providers, and municipalities, Blokable offers a turnkey alternative to the costly and inefficient traditional development process.
Blokable’s co-founder and co-CEO, Aaron Holm, is a real estate innovator, originally transforming the in-store retail experience spearheading Amazon’s first two physical retail businesses: Amazon Go and Amazon Books. After working through the inefficiencies of the building and permitting process in retail development, he has now partnered with other experts in the development-as-a-service world to transform the housing development process.
The startup manufactures modular smart home units in a warehouse in Vancouver, WA, with plans to open a second manufacturing facility in Sacramento, CA.