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Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Smaller Homes, from most recent to least.
209 Square Feet: Inside DC's Smallest Home For Sale
Nena Perry-Brown | September 27th 2016
The DC housing market keeps surprising UrbanTurf with ever-smaller units for sale. A recent entrant on the market, a studio in Columbia Heights, weigh... read»
Living in DC's Smallest House
UrbanTurf Staff | August 26th 2016
This week, UrbanTurf is re-running an article from a few years ago that looks at what it is like to live in one of DC's smallest houses. ... read»
DC's One-Room House
Shilpi Paul | May 2nd 2013
For those with the budget for a studio but the hankering for a house of their own, a one-room studio house just appeared on the market on Capitol Hill... read»
Winner of NYC's Micro Apartment Competition Announced
Shilpi Paul | January 22nd 2013
Monadnock Development LLC, Actors Fund Housing Development Corporation and nARCHITECTS will be designing microunits for Bloomberg's adAPT NYC project,... read»
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A 420-Square-Foot Studio With Eight Rooms
Shilpi Paul | January 18th 2013
A New York City entrepreneur has turned his home into what he calls the Life Edited apartment, a 420-square foot studio that transforms into eight dis... read»
Could Alleys Be Filled with Pre-Fab Micro Homes?
Shilpi Paul | October 12th 2012
A North Carolina architecture firm has designed prefabricated homes that fit in the alley spaces that exist between homes in downtown Raleigh, NC. ... read»
Is DC Ready For 275-Square Foot Housing?
Shilpi Paul | October 10th 2012
Micro-units, or residences that are under 300 square feet, have been a hot topic around the country over the past few months. Is DC's housing market r... read»
Could the World's Coolest Dorm Inspire Small-Scale Apartments?
Shilpi Paul | August 24th 2012
Earlier this week, UrbanTurf came across images of a very cool dorm in Denmark that made us wonder: with the burgeoning popularity of micro-studios in... read»
Would DC Residents Live in a Micro-Studio?
Shilpi Paul | July 16th 2012
Last week, UrbanTurf conducted a poll to find out whether or not our readers would be willing to live in a home measuring just 275 square feet. ... read»
DC Almost Had 275-Square Foot Apartments
Shilpi Paul | July 13th 2012
If plans hadn't been halted, 600 F Street NW would now house a number of "micro-studios" -- units measuring out a mere 275 square feet. ... read»
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