Tiny-house movement takes root in D.C. neighborhood

12/4/2012 | Washington Post, The

In northeast Washington, D.C., a group called Boneyard Studios is building tiny homes -- 150 to 200 square feet -- in an urban alleyway to demonstrate what it hopes will become a trend in affordable housing. The idea is to connect compact, low-cost homes to urban neighborhoods. "We want to inspire thinking about this as a possibility in the District," said Brian Levy, one of the group's founding members.

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