Sunday, June 27, 2010

Tiny prefab units promote eco-friendly building

Tiny prefab units promote eco-friendly buildingZeta Communities will construct the housing for the 22-unit developments, planned for parking lots in Berkeley and San Francisco. The projects will feature tiny living spaces - 310- to 340 square-foot studios - and no parking. Instead, they will include a car-sharing space.

The proposed four-story projects are the first foray into prefabricated housing for East Bay developer Patrick Kennedy of Panoramic Interests.

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How lovely. A 310 square foot condo with no parking. And all for only $200-$275K.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

For the sake of the environment, not everybody can have a lifestyle like Al Gore does.