As micro apartments catch on in big cities, some see flaws

06/4/2013 | Reuters

The micro-apartment trend is catching on in big cities across the U.S. as urban dwellers seek affordable places to live. Some neighbors, however, are pushing back against the tiny apartments, saying their high densities will cause traffic and parking problems and that they bypass the regulatory scrutiny that traditional developments must face.

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