Transcript for San Francisco Could Approve Smallest Apartments in the Country
Thanks, lisa. How small can you go when it comes to where you live? Could you go as small as the of a cubicle or a parking space? San francisco's board of supervisors is proposing big changes for living in little spaces. And it could lead to some of the tiniest apartments in the country. Abc's cecilia vega has the story. Reporter: It is small. Yes. Reporter: It turns out, it opportunity take very long to tour a 150-square-foot home. It's also the pantry. Reporter: Slash pantry. Slash kitchen. The kitchen is in the closet. Slash bathroom. You can almost reach and grab something in the fridge. That's convenient. Welcome home. A model home from berkeley, california, to be exact, where everything is almost in arm's reach. A home that is smaller than the average office cubicle. And about half the size of most parking spaces. Reporter: My feet are in the kitchen and I'm sitting on my bed/couch. This may be the future of city living. San francisco is considering allowing some of the smallest apartments in the country. At 250-square-feet, there's only one way to describe it. Teeny. Definitely not tiny. Micro. Reporter: Other cities like new york have tried to go smal too. But it in some of the toughest real estate market, how much decides matters. This was the challenge for myself. Reporter: The ultimate challenge in this house, it wasn't finding a place to work, relax or small asleep. Where do I put all of my shoes? For "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, san francisco.
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