When it comes to getting priced out, Bostonians are feeling the heat. Greater Boston is experiencing a staggering housing shortage -- currently, an estimated 25,000 units expected to balloon to 46,000 units, Curbed reports.
Other housing-starved cities like New York and San Francisco are turning to micro-apartments as an urban planning solution to skyrocketing housing prices. Boston is warming up to the idea of micro-apartments, albeit slowly and skeptically.
But are micro-apartments legal in Boston?