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How to Live Micro: Home Life in Under 350 Square Feet

Sharing is Caring

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Sharing is Caring

The key to micro-living developments is shared space-- which addresses some critics who lament the loss of a neighborhood ambiance. “My Micro NY” features an attic garden, a ground-floor porch with picnic tables, den areas and a multi-purpose lounge. The ground floor can also serve as a performance and rehearsal space. All in all, 18 percent of the building’s gross square footage will be “programmed” space. The building will also have a laundry room, residential storage, a bike room, and fitness space.