Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Micro apartments...

Micro apartments. In some major metropolitan areas, people are living large in smaller spaces.

So-called micro apartments—which are often less than 200 square feet—are becoming popular in San Francisco, New York, Seattle, Boston, Providence, R.I., and Portland, Ore., reports CNN Money (by Les Christie).
But it’s not only those just-out-of-college grads flocking to these tiny units. In some “micro buildings,” the average tenant is 33 years old and makes less than $35,000 a year, according to Reuters. 
On a separate (real estate) note, not quite the same size, you can have a look at what’s inside the ultimateman cave … (by Anastasia Anashkina @CNNMoney)  - Ok, this is not your typical home. But I know many who are going to dream.

Thanks for dreaming! - huh... reading!

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