Chicago considering tiny houses idea to shelter homeless

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CHICAGO — Tiny houses could soon pop up in neighborhoods across Chicago as a way to house people who are homeless.

The city has contacted developers and housing agencies about the viability of the idea.

The initiative will be supported by funding from the city’s fee on house-sharing companies like Airbnb.

It’s estimated that there are more than 8,000 homeless people in Chicago.

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