James S. Rogers' 1,850-square-foot Portage Bay floating home, designed by Eric Hogeboom for developer Peter Erickson of The Urban Fund and constructed by BrightWork Builders, will be part of the Seattle Floating Homes Association's 2016 Floating Home Tour on Sept. 11. (Benjamin Benschneider/The Seattle Times/TNS)
James S. Rogers' 1,850-square-foot Portage Bay floating home, designed by Eric Hogeboom for developer Peter Erickson of The Urban Fund and constructed by BrightWork Builders, will be part of the Seattle Floating Homes Association's 2016 Floating Home Tour on Sept. 11. (Benjamin Benschneider/The Seattle Times/TNS) Benjamin Benschneider TNS
James S. Rogers' 1,850-square-foot Portage Bay floating home, designed by Eric Hogeboom for developer Peter Erickson of The Urban Fund and constructed by BrightWork Builders, will be part of the Seattle Floating Homes Association's 2016 Floating Home Tour on Sept. 11. (Benjamin Benschneider/The Seattle Times/TNS) Benjamin Benschneider TNS

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