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Making micro-apartments livable

Apartment building in Greenwich Village

In my last post, I wrote of the continuing momentum toward micro-apartments, small, usually urban apartments of less than 400 square-feet and usually targeted for singles.

Not surprisingly given the market interest in the concept, developers and interior designers are finding more and more clever ways to make micro-apartment […]

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Micro-apartments revisited

Street of micro-apartments in Venice, Italy

Nearly eighteen months ago, I took a look at “micro-apartments”, which can be roughly described as apartments of 300 square feet or less. Single-occupancy seems the most likely use of such small apartments, although some jurisdictions, by putting an occupancy cap of two people on the units, acknowledge […]