In a Tiny Town

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Expansion

When a municipality makes the commitment to support the development of a Tiny Town, they begin the process of increasing the available affordable housing options. This can be an incentive to new young homeowners, to consider their city as their new home.

We are designing Tiny Towns to initially accommodate 270 tiny homeowners and our design is modular allowing us to build new neighborhoods (referred to as Pods) as the need arises. Each Pod includes space for 12 tiny homes, parking, gardens, solar collection, storage and is connected to the Tiny Town grid for shared resources.

While some THOWs owners may never purchase a traditional home, many will transition into them based on their changing lifestyle. As people become established and can afford a more spacious home or begin raising a family that requires more space, traditional homes will be purchased. These new homeowners will settle in the cities where they have become established.

Tiny Towns are planned to be sustainable, green, off-grid communities, connected to their host city via public transit and supporting their host city through Tiny Town taxes. Cooperative ownership of the towns is being explored as a way to ensure Tiny Towns remain an affordable housing option for future generations.


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