Living Small! How 64-SQF Homes Are Helping Shrink L.A.’s Homeless Population

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By alang.consultant Los Angeles (Knewz) — With more than 40,000 homeless people in Los Angeles, one group hopes to tackle the issue by offering transitional housing. Even if it’s a small gesture. The Chandler Boulevard Bridge Home Village in North Hollywood, California, is a protected, fenced-off community where homeless people come to live, in really small houses. The tiny houses are 64-square-foot homes that feature a bed, air conditioner, racks to hang clothes, and a door that locks. The village also gives residents three meals a day, CNN reported. The village is there to help residents get…

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