Micro-Condos

  • Micro Units: Living Large in Small Spaces

    An acute lack of inventory and soaring rents are providing New York City developers with an opportunity to turn the concept of living in small apartments into an art form. One such developer organization, LifeEdited, was launched in 2009 by Graham Hill, a trained architect turned entrepreneur who believes in simplifying life and living large in tiny spaces. LifeEdited began as a “crowd-sourced” micro design competition that invited proposals for a 420-square-foot SoHo apartment owned by Hill.

    National 06 September 2013 14:00

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