This is an interior of a “tiny house“ built in Chattanooga. Some models are luxurious and cost nearly F$90,000. Tiny houses for tiny budgets are an idea that is taking root, though slowly in Chattanooga. (Photo Tinyhousechattanooga.com)
Building code guru Chris Long, a Chattanooga architectural consultant who ran for mayor, says affordable housing cannot be attained because costly building rules and the city’s social experiment keep the poor out of the city center while sparking a building boom in favored sectors. (Courtesy Noogaradio)
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