Hammer Tiny House Community
Greensboro, North Carolina
Tiny House Greensboro's first Tiny house community approved by the City of Greensboro Zoning & Inspections.
This new community will consist of five 288 square ft tiny homes and one 180 square ft tiny home. Each will have a bedroom, full bathroom, kitchen with full-size appliances and living area.
Causey Street lot 2016
Needing a Permit box.
THG passed TRC approval for the site plan development of the Causey Street Project. That was just the beginning. Then we had to produce a working floorplan meeting the needs of the Minimum Housing Standards, as well as meeting the requirements for the City.
THG, along with our intern, UNCG Architecture, and Interior Design designed the first 288 sq ft model that will be the first stick-built tiny house on a block foundation.
Footers were dug and rebar in place, inspected, and poured with concrete ready for the block foundation.
tree cutting day
The first Tiny House
The first tiny house is 180 sq ft with a loft, built by students in Construction Technology classes at Weaver Academy.
Students raised the money for material and designed and built the tiny home in one semester. Weaver Academy plans to build more tiny homes for THG in the future.
This house was moved on location by Reuben's Shed Moving. Moving and pilot car services were donated, as well.