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Tiny Houses

Andrew Samtoy
on Jul 01, 2015

On Thursday's Sound of Ideas, Mike and his guests will be discussing the Tiny House Movement.  It consists of people who, instead of buying big houses, settle in to houses of a couple hundred feet - or even less.  

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What questions do you have about Tiny Houses that you want addressed on the air?  Would you ever live in one?  

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Andrew Samtoy - 2017-07-25T18:30:56+00:00 - "On Thursday's Sound of Ideas, Mike and his guests will be discussing the Tiny House Movement.  It..."

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Brian Cummins
on Jul 01, 2015 - 4:54 pm

Andrew, Thanks for staring the conversation.  Here is what I'll be representing tomorrow in addition to some of the background in reviewing the City and State building and housing zoning and code regulations and, trying to assist Tiny Home enthusiasts in considering how to locate homes int he City of Cleveland.Cleveland Tiny Homes

Cleveland Tiny Homes is a project that seeks to attract 8 to 12 tiny homes on trailers to foster a community of tiny homes on the City’s near west side. The project is in the pre-development stage and is supported by a partnership between Cleveland City Councilman Brian Cummins (Ward 14), Greater Cleveland Tiny House Enthusiasts with technical assistance being provided by the Stockyard, Clark Fulton & Brooklyn Centre Community Development Office.

The project recognizes the desire of tiny homeowners to build and live in homes with low capital investment costs. The project is being developed to accommodate tiny homes in the range of 220 to 350 square feet with shared landscaping, privacy areas and other common space.  If you have or are planning to build a tiny home and want to learn more about the Cleveland Tiny Homes project and potential sites being considered, please contact us at, 216-664-4238.