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What comes to mind when you think of Oregon? For me, it’s tiny houses. The deep roots of the tiny house movement here can be traced back to 1997 when Portland debuted a progressive ADU (accessory dwelling unit) regulation, allowing homeowners to build them by right. This move helped create a sustainable and small space […]Continue reading
I want to live in a tiny house community. If I had a nickel for every time I heard this, I could buy a brand-new tiny home. Well, almost. As a nomadic tiny houser, I sometimes form temporary communities. Like this past winter, in my sister’s backyard. This was not your typical family visit. We […]Continue reading
Caravan is nestled in the vibrant northeast corner of Portland. It opened in the summer of 2013 and was the first ever hotel of its kind in Oregon and across the globe. Not only did Caravan seamlessly fit into the character of the neighborhood, it helps support the local economy and greater well-being of the […]Continue reading