Tiny Living: The Rise Of Small Spaces

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Felice Cohen, New York City resident who inhabited a 90-square foot apartment for five years

Jeffrey Cook, resident of Seattle's Capitol Hill community

Jerilyn Perine, executive director of New York's Citizens Housing and Planning Council

As the populations in big cities increase and more people choose to live alone, a new trend of living in very small spaces has emerged. But the tiny living movement is not without controversy as growth of these multi-unit buildings puts pressure on established neighborhoods.



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