Tiny homes hold big housing aspirations

The interior of a MicroPAD unit, intended to house homeless and very low income individuals, has the amenities of many single room occupancy units. Pictured is a bed, desk, storage, kitchenette and the LED-lit bathroom wall.
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The interior of a MicroPAD unit, intended to house homeless and very low income individuals, has the amenities of many single room occupancy units. Pictured is a bed, desk, storage, kitchenette and the LED-lit bathroom wall.

On the corner of Milvia Street and Allston Way, a demo of a 160-square-foot modular unit shows a potential living environment for Berkeley’s long-term homeless and low-income population.
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