Apartment Market Trends: Is this the Smallest Apartment in America?

 

I think this could be taking the apartment market trend of micro units a little too far. Only 78 square feet of living space? My college dorm room had more room that this “apartment.”

 

What do you think? Would you live in something this small? Would you offer a unit this small to prospective renters?

 


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Michael Cunningham is Content Marketing Manager at ProofHQ, and the former Managing Editor of PropertyManagementInsider.com. He worked as a social media manager for RealPage, Inc., a provider of on-demand software solutions that integrate and streamline single-family and a wide variety of multifamily rental property management business functions. He is responsible for promoting the company through various media channels, including editorial, print and online advertising, and social media. Michael received his education at Indiana University where he majored in English.

4 responses to “Apartment Market Trends: Is this the Smallest Apartment in America?”

  1. Is this the Smallest Apartment in America? http://t.co/IlEI5ciX #multifamily #propertymanagement #microunits (Only 78 sq. feet!)

  2. A 78 sq. ft. apartment? And you have to share the bathroom with somebody? Is this college? (Video) http://t.co/ocLMbjsp

  3. Aren’t there laws against this? RT @JonathanSexton: Apartment Market Trends: Is this the Smallest Apartment in America? http://t.co/j5o0BpVd

  4. […] “Apartment Market Trends: Is this the Smallest Apartment in America?” If you haven’t seen this guy’s 78sq/ft apartment (which is also his home office), you should. It’s fascinating to see how well some people get by with such little space! […]

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