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Is Portland On The Verge Of A Tiny House Explosion
Dated: April 9 2014
Being the champion of urban density that it is (just look to the signature Urban Growth Boundary and the parking-requirement waiver for recent apartment projects along S.E. Division St.), the city removed costly development fees for Accessory Dwelling Units, more commonly known as ADUs or "mother-in-law apartments,"in 2010.
By removing the fees, generally ranging between $8,000 and $11,000, the city aimed to encourage the development of tiny houses in backyards with a sufficient lot size. Read More Here...
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