The MicroLife Institute is building a "pocketing neighborhood" featuring eight tiny homes in Clarkston, Ga., outside Atlanta that are relatively affordable, reduce consumption and are within walking distance of amenities. Tiny homes are suitable for everyone and possible in smaller cities like Clarkston that can make zoning changes quickly, says Executive Director Will Johnston.
MicroLife Institute is developing "pocket neighborhood" in Ga.
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