Carmel Place resident Matthew Alexander puts away dishes in his studio apartment in the Kips Bay neighborhood of Manhattan borough in New York. While micro-apartments and tiny living are common in places like New York City and San Francisco, they’re new concepts in Charlotte, where developers are betting there’s a market for people who want to live small.
Carmel Place resident Matthew Alexander puts away dishes in his studio apartment in the Kips Bay neighborhood of Manhattan borough in New York. While micro-apartments and tiny living are common in places like New York City and San Francisco, they’re new concepts in Charlotte, where developers are betting there’s a market for people who want to live small. Kathy Willens AP
Carmel Place resident Matthew Alexander puts away dishes in his studio apartment in the Kips Bay neighborhood of Manhattan borough in New York. While micro-apartments and tiny living are common in places like New York City and San Francisco, they’re new concepts in Charlotte, where developers are betting there’s a market for people who want to live small. Kathy Willens AP
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August 01, 2018 07:00 AM