Start-up aims to boost acceptance of tiny houses

The tiny homes are placed not far from Boston

By Peter Fabris, Contributor | July 29, 2015

Technology allowing people to work from remote, rural areas makes the “tiny house movement” attractive to more people, according to Getaway, a startup sprung from the Millennial Housing Lab, a Harvard Innovation Lab project.

People who want to escape the big city for a better work/life balance, particularly those embracing an environmentally responsible ethos, are prime candidates for tiny houses, the company’s leaders say.

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