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Berkeley considers building stackable prefab homes

  • Author:Illya
  • Source:onekin
  • Release on:2017-01-21

  In October, Patrick Kennedy parked one of his MicroPADs in front of his office —the 160-square foot prefab apartments and suggest it as a solution for the homeless.

  And now Berkeley’s City Council seems to be getting on board with this micro plan --- On January 24, three city council members will introduce a measure to build 100 unit building consisting of stackable modular units somewhere on city-owned land. And they want find a non-profit to run it. It sounds like Berkeley wants to get into the MicrodPAD business. Conventionally built buildings cost the Berkeley an average of $429,4001 per unit. The proposed prefab building may cost as little as half that, on a per-unit basis.

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