This is the story of a tiny house community for veterans in Phoenix that was opened in late 2018 to benefit working homeless veterans.
The project is called The Village on 13th and it’s being developed thanks to the efforts of Build Us Hope, an Arizona non-profit.
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Tiny house community in Phoenix to benefit homeless veterans
The Village at Flat Rock, North Carolina, a tiny home community, will celebrate new ownership with an open house sales event May 5-6, 2018.
The community is under new ownership and has seen an incredible transformation! Visitors to the open house will find over 100 tiny homes, a poolside pavilion, fitness center, and beautiful parks and green spaces. The event is free and open to the public, reservations are encouraged.
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Tiny House Community Near Asheville NC
This is a micro teepee cabin village in Japan.
It was originally shared on Reddit by a user named HelpfulJap.
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Micro Teepee Cabin Village in Japan
Hello Alex (and Tiny House Talk readers), I love hearing about other people’s tiny house adventures. For a long time I thought I was the only one interested in living simple.
I kept thinking, it’s so easy why don’t more people do it? I live full time in a 270 square foot log cabin (you can see it below). Twenty years ago my brother helped me build my off the grid tiny home.
I also have a tiny village of tiny buildings that I built myself, I call this village Karenville. Karenville has a church, glass house, store/cafe, hotel, house, barn, silo and other small buildings.
Karenville: A Tiny Village of Micro Cabins And More in Ithaca, NY
Images © Karenville
Since 1997, Jay Shafer has been wowing the world with his incredible tiny house designs. In 2002 he co-founded the Small House Society with Gregory Johnson.
Last year he split with his original company, Tumbleweed, and founded Four Lights Tiny House Company. “I’m always fidgeting with how to make spaces more efficient,” says Jay. Today he’s working on constantly improving ways to make his tiny houses as flexible as possible so you can adjust the homes to your needs as easily as possible.
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Jay shares his latest tiny house design ideas with you