Micro-housing in Boston

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April 10, 2013, 8:00 pm
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(NECN) - How small of a place would you be willing to live in in order to afford living in Boston?

How about a place roughly the size of a hotel room?

That's the definition of micro-housing, a movement which is evolving and trending in Boston.

Tamara Roy, senior associate principal with the architecture and design firm ADD, joined NECN Business with insight into the trend. ADD is involved in building micro-housing in Boston.

Watch the attached video for the complete interview.

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