Article describes Lunetta project, A Tiny Home for Good
Maxwell alumnus Andrew Lunetta ’14 MPA was featured in the Daily Orange for founding A Tiny Home for Good, a Syracuse nonprofit that builds tiny homes for people facing homelessness. The article interviews numerous residents, volunteers, and board members to get an inside look at the growing organization, which constructs 300-square-foot homes with all the amenities of a regular house.
The organization focuses on supporting U.S. veterans and sets rent for its homes on a sliding scale, which depends upon the resident’s income. So far, the organization has built 11 homes in four years, with plans to build eight more in 2019. Among those, a recent partnership with Hope 4 Us Housing Corporation will allow A Tiny Home for Good to build four new units on Syracuse’s Near West Side this spring.
Read the full article, "A Tiny Home for Good builds affordable housing for those facing homelessness," via the Daily Orange.
Lunetta and A Tiny Home for Good have also been covered by:
Syracuse.com: "Meet Andrew Lunetta, the 26-year-old dedicated to helping Syracuse's homeless"
WRVO: "3 more tiny homes for homeless veterans built in Syracuse"
Albany Times Union: "Tiny house movement makes big gains"