Living Small’s Gone Big
Featured Image: ATL ADU CO
By Kate Sweeney
Could that cute little backyard cottage solve housing affordability?
Well, maybe not by itself.
However, more and more, people are looking to accessory dwelling units — ADUs, for short — to add needed variety to metro Atlanta’s housing stock so that people at different stages of life and income-levels can afford to live here. ADUs provide spaces for more than one household to share a single piece of land — whether it’s an in-law suite, a basement apartment, or a tiny house in the backyard.
In this episode of the What’s Next ATL podcast, host Kate Sweeney talks with Will Johnston of Microlife Institute about why he’s on a mission to get people to dream small. Check it out.