Tiny House In The Florida Keys Brings Hope To A Workforce Still Displaced

This 760 square-foot cottage, elevated and built to FEMA standards, is one of several planned homes that will serve as workforce housing in the Florida Keys.

Nearly a year after Hurricane Irma, Florida Keys workers who prop up its tourist economy are still struggling to find affordable housing for residents displaced by the storm.

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Source: NPR