This is a guest post from Gretchen Chingris about the grand opening event for 305 Microlofts at Commoncove.
Below is the press release about the newest micro lofts to come to the Chelsea, MA area.
Boston-area developer Kevin Saba, co-founder of Commoncove, one of the Boston area’s first co-work spaces, today announced the Grand Opening of 305 Microlofts at Commoncove, a new residential development overlooking the Admiral’s Hill Marina on the Chelsea waterfront, a stone’s throw from the Mystic Brewery, featuring nine (9) new construction microloft apartments for sale with prices starting at $200,000. The Grand Opening will begin with a public open house and barbecue event on Friday, September 11, 2015 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM, and will continue throughout the weekend with open house events Saturday, September 12th and Sunday, September 13th from 12:00 noon to 3:00 PM both days.
305 Microlofts at Commoncove is located right above the Commoncove co-work space which launched in 2013 at Chelsea’s Admiral’s Hill Marina to offer mobile knowledge workers affordable shared workspace. Each of the nine (9) units features flexible-space living area and high end, though sensible finishes, including a full kitchen with custom-sized stainless 4-burner range with oven, dishwasher, and Fisher & Paykel refridgerator, granite countertops, wide plank floors, and built-ins. Each apartment has air conditioning, outdoor deck space and parking.
“305 Microlofts at Commoncove is an idea whose time has come — an exciting next step in the development of a larger concept built around the sharing economy,” Saba said. “Combining co-work space and high quality modest-sized living space at one location not only enhances the value of each, it introduces something new and unique that many people want and need.”
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This companion studio tiny house is built by Molecule Tiny Homes. If you want to create a life where you have more freedom with a tiny house but you feel like you need a little more space, this could be a simple solution for you.
I love the idea of living in a tiny house but since I run my tiny house business from home full time it doesn’t make it as easy as one might think because of shared space and distractions.
A companion studio would make it much more doable long-term because of the nearby but completely separate space to focus. This separate, quiet, and peaceful place to work on projects would be highly valuable, right? What would you use that space for?
Would a companion studio help you live better tiny? How? Take the tour of this awesome tiny house set up and let’s talk about it in the comments!
Companion Studio Tiny House – Two Tiny Homes Joined Together by a Shared Deck – A Great Way to Compliment a Tiny House!
Pepper Clark is the owner of the company Bungalow To Go and her Tiny House Two. It’s a tiny home with a queen-sized loft, twin loft, kitchen, half bathroom, alcove, and a covered entryway. There are a couple of unique appliances that Pepper was able to find and use for this project: one being an interesting new outdoor outlet that expands like an accordion and the other is a ceiling ventilator and heater. You’ll see in the photos below.
Another interesting thing that I’ve never seen before in any house is a USB charging port built right into the electrical outlets. That’s pretty awesome! I think you’ll be impressed when you see the interior photos. They did incredible work in there with the wood flooring, walls, and molding.
A sleek update to their standard Rumspringa model, Liberation Tiny Homes created this budget-friendly “Modern Rumspringa” which offers clean lines hidden under the shed-style roof.
There’s both a front door and French doors in the back which could open up onto a deck, extending your living space outside. Two lofts offer plenty of sleeping and storage options, while the kitchen has an impressive amount of counter space! The build features the very-popular storage stairs we all need, and a bathroom complete with a subway tile shower stall and closet. The best part? For me, that baby wood stove! The base model costs $55,500, and you can ask further questions here. You can also check out a 3D tour of the build here.
This is a gorgeous custom 32′ foot tiny home by Hawk Tiny Homes Inc., built for a family of three in Kansas City, Missouri. It features two lofts (one for the parents, and one for their toddler), as well as a downstairs living room/guest room.
The kitchen includes a dishwasher (woohoo!), as well as a full-size stove and larger refrigerator for making at-home cooking a breeze. The bathroom has a washer/dryer combo unit, flush toilet, and shower stall.
As pictured, this house was $65,000. You can contact Hawk Tiny Homes here to discuss your own tiny house build!
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