Whether they’re motivated by environmental concerns about sprawl, traffic, and pollution or they simply want to save time and money by shortening their commute, many homeowners are looking to move closer in to the cities where they work. To appeal to this demographic, we’ve assembled this collection of plans that can adapt to urban lots and lifestyles. Click on the home design's title for floor plans and additional information.
Mid-century style meets modern construction in this fantastic two-story home, originally designed for an infill lot on the outskirts of the city. From its flat roof style to its seamless, corner glass windows, funky style and upscale amenities enhance a modestly sized home with a compact footprint. For more photos, information, and the floor plan, click here.
Only 27-feet wide, this Craftsman-style home was designed to blend into an early 20th century streetcar suburb. Modern conveniences include plenty of living space, a generous master bath, and walk-in closets in each of the three bedrooms. For more photos, information, and the floor plan, click here.