Tiny-house trend builds momentum in Cleveland, with Detroit Shoreway project planned

An old concept, the tiny house movement is finally picking up steam in Ohio, especially Cleveland with a planned project in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood and Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization.

Tiny homes utilize less resources for the neighborhood and the homeowner. Additionally, they are easier to maintain allowing the residents more free time and money to throw back into the community. Read more about the tiny house movement here.

On Cleveland’s West Side, Citizens Bank is donating $140,000 to build a 557-square-foot house – a pilot project that might be the first of many small homes in the city’s Detroit Shoreway neighborhood.

Source: Tiny-house trend builds momentum in Cleveland, with Detroit Shoreway project planned (photos) | cleveland.com

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