Raleigh City Council Approves the Use of Tiny Homes

In a unanimous vote, the Raleigh city council approved the use of tiny homes in city limits. Up until now, Tiny Homes Raleigh has primarily been only building accessory dwelling units which are placed in the back of an already existing home. The zoning change means the homes, which can be no larger than 600 square feet, can help address the affordable housing crisis.

Author: Mike Jackson