Aaron McConnell doesn’t mind sharing a kitchen with seven neighbors. He’s fine in living quarters with just enough room for a twin bed, a corner desk and little else. Closets? Forget about it – he stores his clothing and other possessions on shelves and hooks.
McConnell’s small-scale home life is part of a hot trend in U.S. real estate – micro apartments. “I like living in a community,” he says. “It’s kind of fun, very social.”
It’s also …
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