At just 160 square feet, the micro-apartments are tiny, but for those who are homeless in the Bay Area, they could be life changing.Almost 7,000 people are homeless in San Francisco. The city has struggled to address the issue for decades, and as apartments remain unaffordable and techies back more stringent laws targeting the homeless, the problem remains acutely obvious.
Solutions are not.”We’ve seen the street life and desperation that exist in our city for people who can’t find housing,” Patrick Kennedy, CEO of Panoramic Interests, told CNNMoney.
“We’ve resolved to do something about that and harness the efficiency and capital of the private sector with the goals of the public sector.”
Source: Stackable pods could help house San Francisco’s homeless – Dec. 5, 2016