Houston's Ivy Lofts will be small but smart

The demand for housing in cities has lead to the emergence of “micro apartment” blocks, like Carmel Place (formerly My Micro NY), which typically offer cleverly designed compact homes at a lower cost that standard-sized apartments. It’s claimed that one such development in Houston, Texas, will be the largest of its kind…
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