Denver approves tiny home village for homeless in Globeville neighborhood

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The Denver City Council unanimously approved a plan for a tiny home village in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood on Monday night.

The plan will move the temporary village from 38th and Blake streets in River North to 44th Avenue and Pearl Street. The city council says that the 11 tiny homes will provide 22 homeless people a place to live.

The city will lease the land to the village at a cost of only $10 a year for an initial term of one year, with options to renew for an additional two years.

Fox 31

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