Boston Micro Apartments
Tiny homes dot the Boston region, including from inside some of Boston proper’s newer luxury developments. For this Curbed Comparisons, we run down the smaller options square-feet-wise in the likes of Downtown Crossing’s Millennium Tower.
Once upon a time, micro-apartments and micro-condos were supposed to solve—or at least salve—the city's notorious housing crunch. Yet they never really took. Here is a brief timeline of the trend that just kind of died in the Seaport District.
Here at Curbed Boston, we like to bring you both of the extremes of real estate: the biggest, most extravagant homes as well as the tiniest of the tiny. It’s the latter that we’ll be celebrating during our second Micro Week later this fall.