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100 Tiny Homes Set for Portland, Oregon

tiny_homes__oregonlive_com__techdwell_the_builderTiny houses may soon fill four micro communities to house the homeless and low-income residents in Portland, Oregon, according to oregonlive.com. The 192 square-foot products of TECHDWELL, which are made partly of recycled materials and cost around $12,000 to build, would be sited on public land in pods of 25 homes each. MHProNews has learned few obstacles are in the way of the development, and the first homes may be ready for occupancy by the city’s estimated 2,000 homeless by Feb. 2015. ##

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