New details on San Jose Tiny Homes emerge

With final plans for San Jose’s tiny homes expected to come before the City Council during the late summer, new details about the pilot project are beginning to emerge. The city’s Housing Department is finalizing what the homes — intended to provide temporary housing for homeless people and known formally as bridge housing — will look like and how much they will cost, said James Stagi, a member of San Jose’s homelessness response team, during a forum Wednesday on tiny homes hosted by the nonprofit SPUR.


Source: Mercury News

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