Before micro-units became a thing, Bostonians were living in small spaces as a matter of course. Take, for instance, these open houses this weekend. Many were recently listed and will run you around half a million dollars or less.
These units can be found throughout the city, from Back Bay to Jamaica Plain to Eastie. The key thing to remember for small-space living is that you don’t need to sacrifice style or function. There you go: Boston has been setting trends before it was even cool to live in tiny.
- Boston micro-apartments: a brief history of the trend [Curbed Boston]