An Albany, Oregon company disproves “go big or go home” by building small houses only 20 feet long by 13 feet wide.
Toronto’s tiny houses CBC’s Marivel Taruc tours Craven Road, home to the largest concentration of houses under 500 square feet in the city
It’s a new trend in modern city living – homes so small they could easily fit in a garage. And it’s all because a smaller space to some – means a better life. For more info, please go to www.global16x9.com.
Demand for housing in Washington, DC is going through the roof. Over a thousand people move to the nation’s capital every month, driving up the cost of housing, and turning the city into a construction zone. Tower cranes rising high above the city streets have become so common, they’re just part of the background. But…