‘A Tiny Home for Good’ in Syracuse opens its doors

Thousands of hours of volunteer sweat were on display Friday morning, as A Tiny Home for Good unveiled its first tiny home for formerly homeless people in Syracuse.

The not-for-profit led by 26-year-old Andrew Lunetta held an open house to thank the many volunteers who helped conceive and build the two-unit, 480-square-foot structure for Dolphus Johnson and another veteran.

The group is already working at another site where three tiny homes will go up this fall. Here’s a look at Friday’s ceremony and a peek inside one of the units:



About Jim McKeever

Writer, father, runner, advocate based in Central New York.
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7 Responses to ‘A Tiny Home for Good’ in Syracuse opens its doors

  1. I love this idea and I would live in a small home like this – I think they’re awesome! ❤
    Diana xo


  2. I love the Tiny Homes Jim. I think they are a fantastic solution to many problems. Including our homeless. And our dwindling sense of community.


  3. chmjr2 says:

    Good news instead of bad. Thanks for a nice start to my day.


  4. cat9984 says:

    That is so awesome. Veterans should not have to sleep on the streets.


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