Inside Manhattan’s first $2,500 a month micro-homes: Tiny apartments are sold as the answer to the city’s lack of affordable housing 

  • With an ever-expanding population but ever dwindling ground-space, it was only a matter of time before micro-homes hit Manhattan’s property market.

Carmel Place, located on Kips Bay’s East 27th Street, is the city’s first micro-unit development, with 55 studios ranging from 260 to 360 square feet.

Their unprecedented size called for several mayoral overrides, including a relaxation of the minimum unit size and the maximum number of units per building.

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Source: Daily Mail

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