This is a tiny house village designed as transitional housing for those currently experiencing homelessness.
The goal is for the village to help residents become self-sufficient through the offerings at the village. It’s located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Currently, they are not accepting new applicants until March 1, 2021. According to their website, there is already an extensive resident waiting list.
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First Residents Moving Into New Tiny House Village in Albuquerque
The city has been able to set up the village thanks to a land lease from the Albuquerque Indian Center.
We think all cities should look into setting up communities like this!
A tiny house village for those in need. What could be more right?
The village will consist of 30 individual tiny homes.
There is a central community center for the residents to enjoy.
This is the layout for the village.
Each tiny house is 120-sq.-ft.
The tiny homes are equipped with a bed, wardrobe, desk, and windows.
You can see how the first phase of the village was built below.
It looks like they used SIP panels to build the tiny homes, doesn’t it?
Wouldn’t it be great if we could inspire more tiny house villages like this to be built?
The first several tiny homes of the village. 🙂
The community center.
Each home also has electricity and air conditioning units.
Watch the videos and check out the links below to learn more.
VIDEO: Tiny Home Village Now Open, First Residents…
VIDEO: Tiny Home Village Project in Bernalillo County
- Tiny home village in Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Transitional housing for those experiencing homelessness
- Financial donations accepted for the village here