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Despite zoning issues, super-small units are in the works in several U.S. cities.
Living aboard a luxury cruise ship isn't for everyone, nor can everyone afford it. But several new ships are now in presales.
Both buyers and renters list not choosing a larger home as one of their top regrets. Younger buyers have more regrets than older buyers, a new survey finds.
Micro-apartments are seen as a solution for people willing to sacrifice space for location. But is there a limit to how small a home can go and still be comfortable?
A recent book looks at the history of homes built by hand, a movement that was particularly strong in the 1960s and '70s.
New York Times essay about downsizing from a 3,600-square-foot house to a 420-square-foot studio is being widely emailed. But are people really living smaller?
An architect and a contractor overcame regulatory obstacles to build New York City's first shipping-container home in Brooklyn.
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