Lina Menard reached out to me to let us know that Portland, Oregon has taken a huge step toward making tiny houses legal. Here’s what she said”
Good news from Portland today! Yesterday I was at the Sanctuary Assembly where City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly announced a stay on evictions of people from tiny homes and RVs on private property. This is an important first step in legalizing tiny homes which are now officially “pre-legal.” The next step, of course, is to create regulations that would make them legal. I plan to be part of the effort and I’ll keep you posted.
We can’t wait to hear more! Go Portland!!! Go Lina!!! Go Tiny House Legalization!!!
Are you in Portland in a tiny house? Read about how the new guidelines applies to you at Lina’s Niche Consulting.
Learn more about this huge ‘tiny’ news story on Portland declaring a stay on tin house evictions. Learn more about Lina Menard and her tiny house work.
Pictured here is Lina in front of The Lucky Penny, her first tiny house. Photo credit: Tiny House Giant Journey
…the Niemyers, former owners of Speedboat Coffee in Portland, Oregon, and their business partners, Brandon and Kelly Noffsinger, are building their cafe on a 20 x 8-foot trailer and will be settling somewhere in the fair city of Colorado Springs” – Sprudge
Read all about This New Cafe Is Inside Of A Little Tiny House at Sprudge
A luxury tiny house on wheels in Portland, Oregon. Built by Tiny Heirloom.” – Tiny House Swoon
See more of Tiny Heirloom 2 at Tiny House Swoon. To learn more about this home builder visit the Tiny Heirloom website.
The Caravan, a Tiny House Hotel in Portland, across 11th Avenue from Radio Room, hosted its own viewing of Portlandias tiny house episode, then roasted Smores.” – OregonLive.com
Learn more about the Tiny House Hotel in Portland, Oregon. Read all about Smore tiny houses: Squeezing around Caravans campfire at OregonLive.com. Photo by Michael Lloyd, OregonLive.com Staff.
Tiny Heirloom (Instagram) specialises in custom luxury homes on wheels, handcrafted in Portland, Oregon. With a total of 10+ years of team experience, Heirloom concentrates on equipping each custom build with high quality materials and fixtures, to meet even the most high-end standard of luxury.” – Designcollector
See more of this Heirloom Custom Tiny Home at Designcollector.
After facing some hefty challenges—including finding a perfectly tiny door for their first-ever house—the custom-build tiny-house company Tiny Heirloom has hit the ground running.” – Portland Monthly
Read more about This Portland Start-Up Tiny House Company
It’s been just over a year since the country’s first-ever tiny house hotel opened its even tinier doors on NE 11th Ave. We asked owners Kol Peterson and Deb Delman to fill us in on what’s new at Caravan, plans for the future, and some of the best moments since its opening.” – Brooke Sahni for Portland Monthly
Continue reading about Checking in with Portland’s Tiny House Hotel at Portland Monthly.
The Tiny House Giant Journey with Guillaume Dutilh, left, and Jenna Spesard stopped at the Eastern Promenade on Wednesday. Behind them is visitor Ainsley Luken of Kennebunk. The 135-square-foot house excluding the sleeping loft took exactly one year to build on a Tumbleweed trailer starting on Sept. 2, 2013.” – The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
See more of this Tiny house that makes big impression. Follow Guillaume & Jenna’s TINY HOUSE giant journey.