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Micro communities for the homeless sprout in US cities eager for small, quick and cheap solutions

  • Denver Mayor Mike Johnston highlighted the importance of providing housing to those sleeping on the streets, with over 1,500 people moved into tiny transitional homes in the city.
  • Denver and Atlanta's micro communities offer stability and services to help residents secure permanent housing, with Denver aiming to transition people out within six months.
  • Denver has opened three micro communities and converted five hotels, with each converted hotel unit costing around $100,000.
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