Confronting a chronic shortage of affordable housing, the City of New York sponsored a competition to develop reduced-cost "micro apartments" to accommodate the one-third of New York City households that consist of single people. The Museum of the City of New York exhibits finalists, the winning scheme, and tiny-apartment examples worldwide.
A computer rendering of the winning idea, designed by the Manhattan architecture firm nARCHITECTS, is New York's first micro-apartment development. Units ranging from 250 to 375 square feet will be built on East 27th Street in Manhattan by Monadnock Development LLC.
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