Paul McBroom, longtime NoDa landlord and former co-owner of the Neighborhood Theatre, has three tiny houses in his real estate portfolio. Well, technically, they're not tiny houses at 600 square feet – 100 square feet above the max size most consider tiny. But the zoning designation he used to create these rental units could be used to build tinier homes on a foundation. A large front porch gives the homes more living space.
Paul McBroom, longtime NoDa landlord and former co-owner of the Neighborhood Theatre, has three tiny houses in his real estate portfolio. Well, technically, they're not tiny houses at 600 square feet – 100 square feet above the max size most consider tiny. But the zoning designation he used to create these rental units could be used to build tinier homes on a foundation. A large front porch gives the homes more living space. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
Paul McBroom, longtime NoDa landlord and former co-owner of the Neighborhood Theatre, has three tiny houses in his real estate portfolio. Well, technically, they're not tiny houses at 600 square feet – 100 square feet above the max size most consider tiny. But the zoning designation he used to create these rental units could be used to build tinier homes on a foundation. A large front porch gives the homes more living space. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

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September 23, 2015 1:46 PM

Tiny houses in NoDa? Well, almost

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