These Stackable Mini-Apartments Could Help Thousands Of Homeless People All Over San Francisco

Each one is 160 square feet.

​Stackable pods for the homeless:


In San Francisco, there are more than 6,000 people who are homeless. And while making accommodations for those who are displaced is very important, space is often an issue. To help remedy this, a group of developers came up with a very innovative solution — stackable mini-apartment pods. 

Each unit is 160 square feet, and includes a bathroom, kitchen, desk, bed, and storage space. Not only do the spaces provide shelter for those in need, but people on the project also provide mental health services and help with job searches. 

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