We think there is great potential for tiny houses on wheels and tiny houses on foundations in Washington DC. DC’s cost of living has risen sharply, the city lacks affordable housing options (half of the affordable housing units have been lost since 2000), and much of the city’s population is transient: moving here for a few years for a job and then leaving or working careers which require them to spend much of their time overseas or in other locations in addition to DC. With the economic downturn many homeowners have turned to creative ways to help with their housing costs.
Boneyard Studios, a tiny house community in Washington, DC. More info. here.