10 Disrupters: Living Large in Tiny Spaces

10 Disrupters: Living Large in Tiny Spaces

Evan Granoff is among a wave of developers looking to spread the microapartment trend to smaller markets.

Microapartments—living spaces of less than 500 sq. ft.—are already popular in gateway cities like New York and Boston, but haven’t quite caught on yet in secondary markets. Developers like Evan Granoff are trying to change that. Granoff has brought new apartments of less than 300 sq. ft. to his native Providence, R.I. And residents are paying top dollar to rent them.

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